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Old 12-17-2012, 06:35 PM
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External fuel pump for gm tbi

I'm looking for a suitable in line fuel pump for a gm tbi system. I know most people say to keep the stock system cause it's most reliable but that won't work for me since I am swapping this system into a tractor. stock tbi system run around 11 to 13 psi I've heard so I'm looking for a pump that runs around 20 psi. many people suggest the e2000 but I'm skeptical about using it since its rated at 70 to 95 psi. Any suggestions for what I should use?

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I'm looking for a suitable in line fuel pump for a gm tbi system. I know most people say to keep the stock system cause it's most reliable but that won't work for me since I am swapping this system into a tractor. stock tbi system run around 11 to 13 psi I've heard so I'm looking for a pump that runs around 20 psi. many people suggest the e2000 but I'm skeptical about using it since its rated at 70 to 95 psi. Any suggestions for what I should use?
Carter P50001 is the commonly-used external pump for TBI conversions. Holley also sells a similar pump with about 15 PSI output.
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Napa makes a really good in-line electric fuel pump.....the part # is E8012S. It is the "ONLY" external pump that I use now & I havent had any problems w/ it. Good Luck!!
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I ended up using a carter GP4601HP. maximum 18 psi. will let you guys know how it works
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