Facet 12 Volt Cube Style Electric Fuel Pumps
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. Built-in pressure relief means no flooding after shutting down a hot engine.
For moderate fuel requirements of engines up to about 150 horsepower, a single Solid State fuel pump is usually sufficient. Pumps can also be combined in series or parallel to achieve any required pressure or flow. All of these pumps are 12 volt, negative ground. Positive ground vehicles can use these pumps with our Mounting Kit (Part No. 1130).
Installing Facet Fuel Pumps in Positive-Ground Vehicles
Where is pump number 574A?
574A is not a part number. 574A is the UL Listing number, and it appears on all Facet fuel pumps. The Facet part number is a 5- to 7-digit number stamped on the mounting flange (usually 2 or 3 digits on either side of the mounting bolt hole). We can usually cross-reference your part number to one of our pumps.
How to Find the Part Number on a Facet Fuel Pump
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.