If there’s a singular part in an entire project car that’s often overlooked its the fuel pump. While many enthusiasts throw tons of cash at their drivetrain, wheel setup or even their exhaust system, a large portion of those people will skimp on their fuel system – using factory replacement pumps, regulators and even filters. Obviously, these could cause fuel starvation or even lean issues for high-horsepower applications, and that’s why aftermarket suppliers such as Edelbrock manufacture high-performance fuel system components for classic musclecars.
Recently, they’ve released a line of fuel pumps and regulator kits for EFI and carbureted vehicles alike, and they’ve passed on some additional insight for us below!
New Fuel Pump and Regulator Kits
Edelbrock is excited to expand their fuel delivery product line to include popular fuel pump and regulator combinations, all in one kit.Edelbrock Fuel Pump and Regulator kits take the guesswork out of selecting the right fuel pump and regulator combination for your application. These kits are made up of our top selling combinations for both carbureted and EFI applications.
Fuel Pump and Regulator Kit (#17923) includes a Quiet-Flo fuel pump (#1792) and regulator (#1727). This combination flows up to 160 gph, allowing it to support up to 1,000 hp for carbureted applications.
For EFI applications we have two options; Fuel Pump and Regulator Kit (#17943) which includes fuel pump (#1794) and regulator (#1729), as well as Fuel Pump and Regulator Kit (#35943) which includes our in-line street/strip fuel pump (#3594) and regulator (#1728), for a combination that flows 57 gph and can support up to 600 hp.
- Three Fuel Pump and Regulator kit combinations to choose from
- Available for carbureted and fuel injected applications from 600 to 1,000 hp
- Edelbrock Fuel Pump and Regulator kits take the guesswork out of selecting the right combination
- Each kit features a high quality Edelbrock fuel pump, regulator and installation instructions
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.