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Old 13-10-2008, 04:43 PM   #1
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Electric fuel pump 140 GPH min wanted

Hi, if anyone has something that would do the job, like a Holley Black top or similar, please let me know!

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Old 02-01-2009, 02:03 PM   #2
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Is this for injection or carb? I've got a brand new aeromotive job from the states that i don't need any more. I'll have to check the specs but i remember it was one of the most powerful ones summit racing could supply, definately over 140GPH.

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Hi, its for carbs, if you could check and let me know specs and a link to the Pump if its on any sites?

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Sorry, my bad, I forgot to look! I'll have a look on the wesite now!

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Here's the one I've got... Link

It could deliver any pressure up to the rated max 90psi with a regulator.

Sorry about the delay there! James
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Gph...

Hi, thanks for that, need to check what it is in GPH, but have you a price please inc delivery to the U.K.,

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I nearly always use Bosch 044 pumps on my projects, They'll deliver up to 300lph, ultimately reliable. Used on many cars fords, jags etc.
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My bad, didn't read the post properly Gph not Lph. Sorry.
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No probs Wig, most are in LPH, and seem high, but i need a good GPH pump...had a look about and a Holley Black top at least or a Barry Grant etc, but thanks for the info.
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Just rang summit, i got the first link wrong, it's one of these in red... link

Apologies for the mistake!

A gallon of fuel is 6lbs, so max flow rate is 166.6GPH

I paid a snip under £400 delivered, price now would be about £460

I bought it because it was the best pump i could find for the job, they're known for being indestructable and also happen to be rather quiet.

Seeing as it's brand new, how about £300 delivered? Bit of a loss but hey, better than it sitting around doing nothing!

I'm open to offers if you feel i'm asking too much.

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