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Aerospace Ultra 350 Electric Fuel Pumps

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Aerospace Ultra 350 Electric Fuel Pumps

These Aerospace Ultra 350 electric fuel pumps flow over 350 gph and can support engines up to 850 hp. They feature a billet aluminum housing with a hard coat, anodized billet aluminum impeller and high-carbon brushes for long life, low amp draw (only 9.5 amps), and high torque. The fuel pumps have a replaceable Delrin wear ring and offer external line pressure adjustment (14-25 psi), so you can adjust them while running with no fuel mess. All Aerospace Ultra 350 electric fuel pumps use a double-lip, high performance shaft seal and are tested for flow, pressure, and leaks, so they're ready for your ride.

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Aerospace Components AC-U350FP - Aerospace Ultra 350 Electric Fuel Pumps

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Fuel Pump, Electric, 9.5 amps, 25 psi, 350 gph Free Flow Rate, -10 AN O-ring Female Threads Inlet/Outlet, Each

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Part Number: AAR-AC-U350FP More Detail...

Estimated Ship Date: 11/6/2014 (if ordered today)

$335.00

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