Bulletproof Fuel Systems

The first really new mechanical fuel pump design in more than
60 years
engineered just for high-performance V8 engines.

fffFrequently Asked Questions
Q What is the expected life?
A The Race Pump has moving part, and it glides on Teflon. We ran an endurance at race speeds, 24 hours a day...for 100 days.
Q Can the Race Pump be rebuilt?
A Rebuild kits are available for $10.00, or the pump may be returned to the factory for refurbishing for $50.00 plus freight
Q Are the seals compatible with Gasoline and Methanol?
A Yes.
Q What fuel pressure regulator should I use?
A The Quick Fuel 30-7025 is an excellent choice. Race Pumps 5002 Idle bleed/Return should be used with this regulator on Street/Strip and methanol/ethanol installations to prevent vapor lock.
Q Can the Race Pump be used with a bypass/return regulator?
A No, the Race Pump will not work correctly with a bypass/return regulator..
Q How will the Race Pump affect my camshaft?
A Fuel pump lobe wear on the camshaft is virtually eliminated with the Race Pump.
Q What kind of fuel pump push rod do I need?
A Any standard length fuel pump push rod may be used. Billet roller cams require push rods with a bronze alloy tip. 
Q How much pressure does the Race Pump put on the fuel pump push rod?
A 25 to 35 pounds (depending on flow rate).  Traditional fuel pumps have as high as 125 pounds of pressure on the fuel pump push rod.
Q The pump comes with -10 and -8 inlet fittings, which should I use?
A Always use a -10 inlet with Methanol (don't use a 90 degree fitting on the pump). Gasoline engines can use the -10 or the -8.
Q What is the maximum flow?
A 450 Gallons Per Hour 
Q How can such a small pump deliver more fuel than the traditional design?
A Traditional pumps were designed for 2,000 RPM engines that got 2 MPG, they were never intended for today's higher RPM engines. The Race Pump is a fresh new design that borrows nothing from earlier fuel pumps.