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    Default Race Pumps Mechanical Fuel Pump for BBC

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    Billet Piston Fuel Pumps For Carburetors
    • Reciprocating piston uses only 35 lbs. of pushrod force to create 50 PSI.The Edlelbrock conventional diaphragm high-performance pump requires 125 lbs of force to creat just 15 PSI!
    • Absolutely no drop in fuel pressure throughout entire RPM range.
    • Gasoline, Methanol, E85
    • Circle Track, Drag Racing, Marine, Off Road and Street
    • Ideal for blow-through turbo supercharger systems with our new RacePump boost reference Regulator
    • Patented variable displacement design accommodates 200-2500hp! RacePump only flows as much fuel as the engine requires.
    • No diaphragm, valves, rocker arm, block plate or gaskets
    • RacePump should last for years, but it can be damaged by junk in the fuel line. It is rebuildable with a $10.00 kit.
    • Smaller size means increased chassis clearance.
    • Hardcoated 6061-T6 billet aluminum with stainless steel internal parts.
    • Comes with a -8 outlet and -8 and -10 AN fittings. Fitting positioning makes it easier to route fuel lines away from the exhaust
    • Weighs only 1.1 lbs. (Edelbrock weighs 3.6 lbs) United States Patent Number 7,318,416
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    Default Race Pump

    Please call Rod about pump. 209-914-3354

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    How much with shipping to Northern California?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqua-Holic View Post
    How much with shipping to Northern California?
    Free

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    I'll take it. give me a call at 618-567-1804 Thanks

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    Sale pending

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    Anymore available?

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    I know its sold but considering using one. Is that pump strong enough to pull from the tank? or does it need to be feed gravity or electric pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentprops View Post
    I know its sold but considering using one. Is that pump strong enough to pull from the tank? or does it need to be feed gravity or electric pump?
    Nice pumps, I ran one on my boat years ago and it pulled from both tanks simultaneously without issue. you need a very good regulator. If the boat sits for any length of time you may have to prime the carb. to get it to draw up and run the motor as cranking speed is not fast enough for it to recover on it's own. After the initial prime your good to go. That pump covers a very broad h.p. range.

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    Ok thanks for the input! Another question if i run a electric pump first for priming would that work? or if after i shut of the electric pump will that block the line so the mechanical cant work properly? Im running a magneto and no alt. So i don't want to draw down the battery.

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