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Race Pumps Fuel Pressure Regulators 5012

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Fuel Regulator, 7-15 psi, -8 AN Inlet, Dual -8 AN Outlet, Gasoline, Boost Reference, Universal, Each

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Brand: Race Pumps

Manufacturer's Part Number: 5012

Part Type: Fuel Pressure Regulators

Product Line: Race Pumps Fuel Pressure Regulators

Summit Racing Part Number: RPU-5012

Pressure Range (psi): 7-15

Regulator Style: Non-return

Regulator Location: Inline

Boost/Vacuum Reference Port: Yes

Boost/Vacuum Rise Ratio: 1:1

Gauge Port: No

Mounting Bracket Included: No

Fittings Included: No

Rebuildable: Yes

Inlet Quantity: One

Inlet Attachment: Female threads

Inlet Size: -8 AN O-ring

Outlet Quantity: Two

Outlet Attachment: Female threads

Outlet Size: -8 AN O-ring

Regulator Material: Billet aluminum

Regulator Finish: Black anodized

Quantity: Sold individually.

In-Store Pickup: Choose In-store pick-up (OH, GA, NV) on our web site.

Race Pumps fuel pressure regulators are the only regulators designed for use with Race Pumps piston fuel pumps. Able to support up to 2,500 hp, these regulators provide smooth, steady fuel pressure throughout the entire rpm range. Contributing to this smooth fuel pressure delivery is Race Pumps' lightweight ceramic valve, housed in hard-anodized aluminum. They come available in both gasoline and methanol-compatible versions with models for carbureted fuel systems (7-15 psi) or EFI fuel systems (45-75 psi). Other available options include vacuum or boost reference at a 1:1 ratio, and an idle bleed to reduce fuel pressure at idle and high-rpm off-throttle conditions.


Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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