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Feed your thirsty engine with a mechanical fuel pump from Summit Racing! We’ve got stock replacement and performance mechanical fuel pumps that deliver just the right amount of fuel to your stock or modified engine. Ensure your mechanical fuel pump replacement or upgrade is a success by choosing from our lineup of proven brands—Carter, Holley, Edelbrock, Aeromotive, and more! We offer mechanical fuel pumps with a variety of flow rates up to 225 gallons-per-hour and with maximum pressures up to 200 PSI. Gasoline, diesel, alcohol, or methanol—we’ve got the right mechanical fuel pump for your ride. Find it here!
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Edelbrock Performer RPM street fuel pumps are designed for use with all Edelbrock carburetors used in Pe...
Summit® mechanical fuel pumps are available in two versions; one has ¼ in. NPT inlets and outlets, provides 5...
Holley Street Performance mechanical fuel pumps are designed to work with stock or mildly modified engines. Their bod...
When you need powerful and dependable fuel flow, look for it from Carter. These Carter Strip Super mechan...
Holley Street Performance mechanical fuel pumps are designed to work with stock or mildly modified engines...
These Carter muscle car mechanical fuel pumps deliver original equipment appearance, fit, and performance ...
These Carter Street Super mechanical fuel pumps flow 120 gph from 5.5 to 7.5 psi. They contain heavy-dut...
In the market for a great looking fuel pump for your carbureted application? Look no further th...
These Chevrolet Performance mechanical fuel pumps are designed to provide adequate flow for your carbu...
Edelbrock's Victor series racing fuel pumps free-flow 130 gph, beating conventional racing pumps, which ...
Constructed from CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum and anodized for corrosion resistance, Holley Ultra HP...
Race Pumps fuel pumps operate on a principle similar to a master cylinder, but with an ingenious floating O-r
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