Racers have relied on Facet electric fuel pumps for many years. Facet fuel pumps have low power requirements (about 1 amp at 12 volts) and operate without troublesome seals or diaphragms.
- The compact Cube Style pumps are designed for moderate fuel requirements, typically feeding engines up to about 150 horsepower.
- The Cylindrical pumps (formerly "Interrupter") can deliver up to 45 gallons per hour for higher volume requirements.
- The Dura-Lift pumps are specifically designed with high vertical lift capability for industrial applications such as refrigerated trucks.
- The Posi-Flo pumps have a polymer body for quieter operation than the Cube Style pumps.
Estimating Fuel Volume Requirements: At wide-open throttle, 4-stroke engines typically consume approximately 1 gallon per hour for every 10 horsepower. A 10 gph pump can feed a 100hp engine; a 30 gph pump is enough for a 300hp engine.
Fuel Pressure Regulators: Facet offers dozens of different models with a wide range of pressure ratings so you won't need a regulator. If you do use a regulator, we recommend choosing a pump capable of twice the target (regulated) pressure. A dead-head regulator is sufficient for most applications (no return line required).
Recent Top Selling Products for this category
|Facet Cylindrical 24v Fuel Pump, 1/4 NPT, 6-8 psi|
This Facet solid-state cylindrical style fuel pump runs on 24 volts for marine applications. Reliable solid-state construction means no points to burn out.
|Facet Cube 12v Fuel Pump, 1/8 NPT, 3-4.5 psi|
The Facet 40105 Cube 12 Volt Fuel Pump delivers a maximum flow of 30 GPH or 3-4.5 psi max pressure. 1/8 NPT female ports.
|Facet Dura-Lift 24v Fuel Pump, 1/8 NPT, 9-11 psi, 120" lift|
Facet Dura-Lift pumps have high vertical lift for applications such as refrigerated trucks where the tanks located up to 10 feet below the pump.