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    Default enderle 110 fuel pump

    im looking to sale or trade my new enderle 110 cam driven fuel pump for a 80a or 350.00 plus the ride. this pump is way to big for my alky small block. thx
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    how many gpm is your pump ?
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    im looking for the paper work , might have to call and find out sorry

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    if i read the paper right 15gpm

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    I have a pump marked 80A I bought it and have no other info on it supposedly flows good if you want it let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG911 View Post
    im looking to sale or trade my new enderle 110 cam driven fuel pump for a 80a or 350.00 plus the ride. this pump is way to big for my alky small block. thx
    I have a small crower polished and flowed by rons fuel injection flows as follows, 3000 rpm 2.39, 4000 3.02 , 6000 4.35 , 8000 5.02 should be good for sb will trade if your interested ! thanks... Rick
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    ttt

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    Default I have an 80A to trade.

    I have an 80A but it's not a quick release flange like yours. You would need to buy an adapter. They are 30 bucks. I'd trade the pump and 50 bucks plus the ride.
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    The pump I have is an 80A-1!

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