Facet 12 Volt Cylindrical 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.
Facet Cylindrical pumps (formerly "Interrupter" type) now feature maintenance-free solid-state operation, with no points to burn out. All of these pumps are 12 volt and require a negative ground through the pump body. 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, so it appears on all Facet fuel pumps. The Facet part number is a 5- to 7-digit 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.
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Typical flow 35 gallons per hour at 2 psi. 1/4 NPT female ports. Facet pump number 480534 (E). Facet Interruptor pumps now feature reliable solid-state technology instead of points!