INSTRUCTION SHEET
for Race Pumps Part Number 2000 Fuel Pump
Carbureted Big Block Mopar

Specifications

Pump Type:
Maximum Flow:
Unregulated Pressure:
Pushrod Force:
Port Size:
Housing Material:
Internal Components:
Seal Material:
Dry Weight:
Priming Procedure:
Rebuild Procedure:
Variable Displacement Reciprocating Piston
450 GPH (200 – 2,856 HP)
50 PSI (idle – 10,000 RPM)
35 Lbs
-10 Inlet (-8 included), -8 Outlet (optional -10)
6061-T6 Billet Aluminum with Hard Anodized Finish
Stainless Steel, anti-drain back feature
Teflon
1.1 Lbs
Fill carb float bowls prior to initial start
Rebuild kits available

Installation
Use 1, 2 or 3 of the rubber seals as needed between the block and pump.

The .250" insulating block installs between the pump and the block,  don't use a gasket....a thin film of RTV silicone will seal it.

Race Pump is pre-lubed and ready to install.

(Dry) used pumps must be pre-lubed with a few drops of light oil in the inlet and outlet ports.

Any stock length pushrod may be used. Most camshaft manufactures recommend a bronze tip pushrod with billet roller camshafts.

A fuel pressure regulator must be used. The Race Pumps regulators are the only regulators designed to work with the Race Pump.

Fill carburetor float bowls prior to initial start, repeat if using large fuel lines and filters.

Tuning Tips
Using the proper regulator is extremely important. The Race Pumps regulators are the only regulators designed to work with the Race Pump.