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Summit Racing® Electric Vacuum Pumps SUM-760152

Summit Racing SUM-760152 - Summit Racing® Electric Vacuum Pumps
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Vacuum Pump, Electric, Street, Black, 12 V, Includes Vacuum Line, Kit

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Brand: Summit Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number: SUM-760152

Part Type: Vacuum Pumps, Street

Product Line: Summit Racing® Electric Vacuum Pumps

Summit Racing Part Number: SUM-760152

UPC: 190861048713

Maximum Vacuum (hg): 20

Power Supply: 12 V DC

Vacuum Hose Included: Yes

Vacuum Hose Color: Black

Vacuum Gauge Included: No

Vacuum Control Included: Yes

Mounting Insulators Included: Yes

Switching Relay Included: No

Height (in): 7.500 in.

Length (in): 7.500 in.

Width (in): 4.500 in.

Quantity: Sold as a kit.

Notes: 6 amp draw.

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Cars with big cams may run a little short on vacuum for their power brake boosters. For all of the vacuum that you need, just install one of our Summit® electric vacuum pump kits. They include a shiny 12 V pump and all of the vacuum line, fittings, and hardware required for installation. These units are completely self-contained, with no need for the additional wiring of relays or switches—simply supply power to the units and they regulate themselves. When vacuum levels drop below 15 hg, the electric vacuum pumps activate and increase brake vacuum to 20 hg.


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I have a BBC with a big cam and no vacuum for power brakes. I installed a canister, but did not help. Can/should I use my canister in conjunction with this pump? Or should I eliminated the canister? Pros/cons? Thanks!

Asked by DON on November 30, 2017


Use of the canister is better -- the pump won't run as often

LARRY from NJ answered on December 06, 2017

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Is the pump supposed to constantly cycle on and off? I installed this on a '67 Pontiac 400 with a big cam to run my newly installed power brakes (really should have left them manual, but here we are). I wired it using a relay directly to the battery via the splice bus behind the battery. So the vacuum gets up to about 20" and then shuts off and turns on about every 5 seconds. There aren't any leaks. I actually pulled more vacuum in the system via a hand pump up to about 24" and it still cycles on and off. The pump gets super hot. It also has been causing my interior lights to dim for a second every time the pump cuts on. Is this something with the regulator that can be adjusted or is this just how it normally operates? Seems odd it just keeps switching on and off even though it has plenty of vacuum. I don't want it to burn out prematurely. Also any ideas why the lights dim for a second? I cleaned the contacts and used 10 gauge wire to run the pump. Thanks.

Asked by JASON on October 03, 2017


Where did you mount the unit? And,did you wire the relay control lead to 12v, to a switched circuit? Your pump may be running all the time if wired wrong. You also have an adjustment screw for what reading you want the pump to kick in. That adjustment may be set at the low end. This will cause your pump too be kicking in constantly. Which in turn will draw more amps and cause dimming issues. Hope this is of some help. Steve

STEVE from NJ answered on October 10, 2017

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Will this vacuum pump pull enough vacuum to operate the head lights, power brakes and heater control valve on a 1982 corvette?

Asked by DENNIS on July 27, 2016


I installed this pump on a 1967 Big Block Camaro with a very healthy cam that only manages about 10"hg. I plumbed it to augment, not replace my engine vacuum. I had Nova front/Caddy rear power disc brakes with low vacuum and scary braking for years. In prep for the 2016 Hot Rod Power Tour, I installed Wilwood brakes all around, but kept my Corvette style MC and 8" dual diaphragm booster. Even with the far superior clamping ability afforded by the Wilwood binders, braking was still insufficient. Once I added this vacuum pump, the braking performance is now extremely competent, and this is without a vacuum tank. My HVAC also functions flawlessly. I was skeptical at first that I would see such positive results, but it really serves it's purpose. The pump is loud, so I added a manual cutoff switch for when I have the key on/motor off. I know this doesn't directly answer your question about 1982 Corvette headlights, but if you have low engine vacuum due to a big cam, and all of your vacuum accessories are in proper working order, this pump should bring system vacuum up to necessary operating levels. I intended to add a vac reservoir, but so far I haven't needed it. If your headlights need a constant high vacuum source to stay open, this pump and a res tank should do the trick.

JAY from AR answered on August 05, 2016

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Where is the 1/8 plug to adjust the vacuum. Thanks

Asked by KIM on September 09, 2017


at the end of the brass valve it looks like a set screw

RON from MI answered on September 12, 2017

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