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Holley 80 GPH Mechanical Fuel Pump SBC 12-834

Holley 80 GPH Mechanical Fuel Pump SBC 12-834

Item #21632 Brand: Holley

Street Performance Carbureted Applications Fits Small Block Chevy V8s Compatible with Gasoline
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• 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

Holley mechanical fuel pumps range from 80 GPH to 225 GPH in many various applications to meet the fuel demands of most engines.

Whether you are looking for a street performance or an all out race mechanical fuel pump, Holley has the pump you need.

Features:

  • Street Performance
  • Flows 80 GPH free flow
  • Shutoff pressure pre-set 7.5 PSI
  • Fuel pressure regulator is not required
  • Heavy duty construction for continuous high rpm operation
  • Fuel body casting can be rotated to accommodate various plumbing situations
  • Inlet & outlet tapped for 1/4" NPT

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(1)Holley 80 GPH Mechanical Fuel Pump SBC 12-834


Specifications

Application: Chevrolet Small Block
Brand: Holley
Color: Silver
Emission Code: 5
Free Flow GPH: 80
Free Flow LPH: 302
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Inlet Size: 1/4 inch NPT
Material: Aluminum
Outlet Size: 1/4 inch NPT
Product Type: Fuel Pump
Part Number: 12-834

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

Fuel Pumps Technical Information



Warranty

1 Year Manufacturers Warranty


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