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Brand New Intank 255LPH Fuel Pump & Install Kit
This is a Felco high quality fuel pump.It is a direct replacement for your original OEM fuel pump.We have been selling, only fuel pumps on since 2009. You can count on us to provide additional support, even after your purchase and delivery is complete. We have unequaled quality control procedures in place, to assure your satisfaction. We look forward to doing business with you !
This pump is a Felco designed 255LPH Fuel Pump, not Walbro. Walbro pumps are notorious for their loud vibrating "hum" during operation, our pumps are nearly silent.Here is some "sample" pictures from our customer, pls note your vehicle installation might not be same, but should be similar steps. Professional installaton is preferred.
1). Fuel Pump: Impeller design for quiet operation;
2). Fuel Strainer: 30 micro gradient density material;
3). Universal connector.
4). Rubber hose & Rubber gasket included!
5). Stainless Steel Clamps: 2pcs.
Exactly same as above title picture showed!
Operating Pressure: 15-90 PSI - final fuel pressure set by regulator
Flow: 255-270 Liter Per Hour, at 3.0Bar/13.5V
Horsepower Capabilities: 500rwhp, or 550rwhp+ with a hotwire kit
Voltage: 12V min.
Overall Length (tip to tip): 5"
Length of Pump Body Metal Case: 3 1/8"
Pump Body Diameter: 1 1/2"
Free shipping in USA! 1-3 business days to Domestic 48 States (including PO Box), and Puerto Rico, Guam, Hawaii, Alaska, Virgin Islands. We also ship to Worldwide!Any order received by noon on a business day will be shipped the same day. After shipped, we will update tracking number to asap.
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