Feed Big Power with New VR Series Brushless Pumps
To support the level of fuel flow that the VR Series pumps are capable of, Holley designed matching VR Series fuel pressure regulators for both fuel-injected and carbureted applications. They are precision machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for strength and durability. The body is bright black dip anodized for corrosion resistance. The carbureted regulators are adjustable from 4-9 psi, while the fuel injected regulators are adjustable from 40-100 psi. They can also be referenced on a 1:1 ratio for forced induction applications. The two port regulators feature a -10 AN o-ring inlet/outlet and return, while the four port regulators utilize a -10 AN o-ring inlet and return with four -8 AN o-ring outlets.
To complete the fuel system, Holley's VR Series billet fuel filters are rated to flow up to 460 GPH and are available with 10, 40, and 100-micron elements for use as pre- and post-pump filtration. The 460 GPH filters measure 2" in diameter and are 8.75" long. The housing features a -12 AN o-ring inlet and outlet.
The VR Series pumps, regulators, and filters are also compatible with methanol and ethanol-based fuels when draining and flushing after each race event. The individual product text and high-resolution images can be found on the individual product pages:
VR Series Fuel Pumps
VR Series Fuel Pressure Regulators
VR Series Fuel Filters
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