Timeless Classics: Holley Red, Blue, and Black Vane Fuel Pumps
These electric pumps are a perfect upgrade from your mechanical pump and provide a constant fuel supply with minimal pulsation. The red pump free flows 97 gallons per hour (GPH) while drawing only 2 amps and is capable of supplying a maximum of 7 PSI. Blue pumps can provide 110 GPH free flow at only 3 amps and maintain 14 psi. Black pumps give you 140 GPH free flow drawing only 4 amps and are also able to provide a constant 14 psi of pressure – just remember that any time your fuel pressure exceeds 7 psi you'll need an external regulator. (For blue and black pumps, Holley’s external regulator – part number 12-803 – is a perfect match.)
Be sure to use a relay when you install any electric fuel pump – it minimizes voltage drop between your battery and pump for better performance. Holley has put together a convenient relay kit (part number 12-753) that includes a 30-amp relay and relay socket with large 12awg wire leads, as well as an in-line spade fuse and wiring terminals to complete the installation. We also recommend installing a safety pressure switch (part number 12-810) to protect your engine in case a loss of fuel pressure occurs.
All three pumps are also available in a marine version that meets U.S. Coast Guard regulations. All three pumps are safe for use with gasoline, but if you want to use methanol for fuel, Holley's black pump is the only way to go.
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