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Surge Tank-Belt Drive- Fuel Pump
Mechanical Injection on the Street or Race when using a Rear Mounted Tank Racing - For rear tank vehicles, and Road Race cars. Use your electric pump to fill up the surge tank, then the injection pump draws it's fuel from the surge tank. Works with EFI systems using mechanical pump to prevent having to use a cable drive rear mounted pump.
Can use Gasoline- E-85-E-98- Methanol *
Should drain the methanol out after each use *
Billet Construction -100% Welded
Comes with 12 Volt Relay for wiring up the float to the fuel pump -
Billet 18-20 gpm Waterman Fuel Pump supports up to 2750 HP on Methanol, E-85 or a 20-25 pump can support over 3500 hp on methanol
the Twin Gear Billet pump - is Rugged, and Should run for years
Enderle Belt Drive For Fuel Pump *
SB Chevy, SB Ford , BB Chevy, BB Ford, BB MoPar LS Chevy
*Can be filled from the top or bottom
Internal Stainless float will turn electric pump on and off as it fills
Allows you to use an rear electric pump to move fuel to the front so that a mechanical injection system pump can be used without starving for fuel. *
Hooking it up without a relay can destroy the float- no guarantee for floats that are shorted out- we test each one when installing it .
Has two (2) built in return ports for your by pass valves to return the fuel to.
Has a large breather vent port on top.
Float is easily removed to service, clean, or replace if needed.
Holds approximately 2.60 gallons. It is constantly being fed by your rear electric pump and your return fuel from the regulator is going back to the surge tank , so it stays full always
5" Wide x 8" Wide x 14" Tall Rectangular
Has optional billet mounts that are able to be moved for convenient mounting.
Highly recommend venting this tank back to the main tank in the event of an overflow it will then overflow back to the rear tank- you can install our rollover vent in the tank, but could suffer fuel overspill if the float ever sticks.
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