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nein14-6 nein14-6 is offline
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Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Monrovia, Maryland
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John, I agree that I need a new pump and the in-tank pump is an excellent option thank you.

That being said, the aeromotive pump,

Street / Strip (SS) Fuel Pump, P/N 11203:
For carbureted powerplants making 200-750 HP with standard regulators and up to 1,000 HP with dynamic, bypass style regulators. Ideal for coninuous duty, carbureted applications where more line pressure, flow volume and reliability are desired. Ideal for your daily driver, street rod or demanding ET-bracket race car. On the street or at the track, you expect durability and reliability, along with consistant high performance. The Street / Strip (SS) Fuel Pump delivers high fuel flow at optimal line pressure. This pump is designed to be used with either ou Bypass Regulator; P/N 13301 or one of our Carburetor Adjustable Regulators; P/N 13201 or 13205. Fuel flow exceeds 900 lbs. per hour @ 13.5 Volts -more than 150 gallons per hour. Pump provides 18-20 PSI fuel pressure - perfect for high-G leaving cars. Pumping mechanism features our proprietary composite rotor, stainless steel vanes, and precious ground, heat-treated steel plates. 3/8" NPT ports facilitate easy installation. Alcohol compatible. Ideal for dedicated nitrous fuel delivery. Low amperage draw.

that I purchased makes 18-20 psi, should be plenty
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