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Holley 200 PSI Stainless Pressure Sensor 554-103

Holley 200 PSI Stainless Pressure Sensor 554-103

Item #22851 Brand: Holley

200 PSI Stainless Pressure Sensor
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Only $132.95

Sale $126.30

• This item ships directly from the manufacturer

• Expected delivery time is 1 – 2 weeks

• Not available in Eastwood Retail Stores

• Order may not be changed or canceled

 

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Details

Plug and play for Holley Avenger, Terminator, HP, and Dominator ECU fuel and oil pressure inputs.

Features:

  • Plug and play for both fuel and oil pressure inputs with Holley EFI systems (Terminator systems monitor fuel pressure only)
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Comes with mating connector for custom configurations
  • Linear voltage output of 0.5-4.5 volts

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(1) Holley 200 PSI Stainless Pressure Sensor 554-103


Specifications

Body Diameter: .875"
Body Length: 2.558"
Brand: Holley EFI
Emission Code: 5
Inlet Size: 1/8 inch NPT
Linear voltage output: .5 - 4.5 Volts
Material: Stainless Steel
Pressure Range: 0-200 PSI
Product Type: Pressure Senser - Transducer
reference voltage required: 5 Volts
Part Number: 554-103
EMMISIONS

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.



Instructions

Instructions for 554-103


***It is not recommended to directly mount a pressure transducer directly to the Engine It is best to remote mount the transducer. Extreme vibration can result in premature failure.


Warranty

1 Year Manufacturers Warranty


Eastwood Offers Free Lifetime Technical Support


Click here for product SDS information


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