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SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series SKU: SF-02-100

SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series
SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series

SpeedFactory Mechanical Fuel Pump & Cam Trigger Combo Bracket - B-series SKU: SF-02-100

Regular price $332.49
SHIPS: 1-7 BUSINESS DAYS
This is an estimated ship date once your order is placed from JHPUSA. Ship dates do not include weekends and holidays.

Finally a simple bolt-on solution that will easily allow anyone to run an efficient and cost-effective mechanical fuel pump - easily supplying you with all of the fuel volume you’ll ever need for your current or future power goals.

SpeedFactory's combo bracket fits both B16A (PR3) & GSR (P72) cylinder heads and is constructed of CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum with a durable and stylish black anodized finish and a laser-etched SF logo.  Full stainless steel hardware and a special cam gear hex bolt to drive the mechanical pump are included.

This is the exact same setup used on SF's 7 second 200+mph Outlaw Civic HB making 1800+hp on methanol.

Features & Details

  • Integrated cam trigger sensor mounting provision
  • Slotted rear mount allows it to be used on both B16A (PR3) and GSR (P72) cylinder heads
  • Cam gear side hex bolt drive eliminates any added torsional stress from being put through the intake cam compared to driving the pump from the distributor side (driving a mechanical fuel pump takes a lot more torque than spinning the rotor in a distributor) and still allows use of a distributor if desired
  • A high-flowing fuel pressure regulator will also be required with a mechanical fuel pump setup
  • Benefits of a mechanical pump over electric pump include: simplified vehicle wiring, no massive amperage draw, and reduced fuel heating as flow increases with RPM
Returns
We realize that returns and exchanges are a part of the purchasing process and we do our best to make it as easy as possible. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return your order to JHPUSA within 14 DAYS from the invoice date.
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