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Micro-Electric Fuel Pump - for Ethanol and Methanol - 35GPH @ 4-7 PSI

This Mr. Gasket Micro-Electric Fuel Pump features solid-state electronics. Gravity fed, 12 Volt. Includes fittings and mounting hardware and instruction. 4-7 PSI, 35 GPH.


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Estimated shipping date: 12/27/2018
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Must be mounted within 12" of fuel tank. (see "gravity fed" video)


Mr. Gasket's 12E Micro-Electric Fuel Pump has no diaphragms or mechanical parts to wear out. Specially designed for use as a fuel transfer pump, this 12-volt electric pump features internal pressure regulating and has an efficient gravity-feed design. At 4-7 PSI, it pumps 35 gallons of fuel – methanol, E85, or race gas – per hour. With worry-free solid-state electronics and a simple two-wire configuration, the 12E Micro-Electric Fuel Pump's universal design and compact size make it effortless to install. It comes complete with all necessary fittings and mounting hardware, a 100-micron inline filter, and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions


  • Solid-state Worry Free Electronics
  • Internal Pressure Regulating
  • Universal Design Allows For Easy Installation
  • No Diaphragms Or Mechanical Parts To Wear Out
  • They Make An Excellent Fuel Transfer Pump
  • Hose Barbs Fit 5/16" Fuel Hose


BrandMr. Gasket
Emission Code1
Free Flow GPH35
Fuel TypeEthanol
Hose Size5/16
Inlet Size1/8 inch NPT
Max Pressure7 psi
Product TypeFuel Pump
WarrantyLimited 90 Day Warranty
Part Number12E

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This part is legal for use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles when used in accordance with the manufacturers application guide because it has a California Air Resources Board Executive Order number or is a direct or consolidated replacement part.

The following vehicles are considered Emissions Controlled Vehicles:

  • 1966 and newer U.S. manufactured California Certified vehicles
  • 1968 and newer U.S. manufactured Federally Certified vehicles
  • 1968 and newer Foreign manufactured vehicle

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Must be mounted within 12" of fuel tank. (see "gravity fed" video)
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