155 GPH Electric Fuel Pump

PART# 30-155QFT

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QFT's electric fuel pumps are perfect for combinations that are neither stock nor all out race cars. Available in 155-, and 175 GPH models, these pumps flow more than enough fuel to support between 400-750 hp. These pumps draw just four amps of current and are capable of producing 14 psi of maximum pressure ( 30-155), and 18 psi of maximum pressure (30-175). All mounting hardware and brackets are included. • 155 GPH electric fuel pump • Designed for street & drag race applications • Supports up to 600 HP engines • Constructed of lightweight steel and aluminum • 14 PSI maximum pressure • Features 3/8" NPT inlet and outlet ports • Externally accessible pressure relief valve • Draws 4 Amps or less at full load • Recommend external bypass regulator (30-900 or 30-1900) for long duration use • Recommend 30-803 for non-bypass short duration use • Assigned U.S. Patent numbers D645,055, D645,057, and D645,058 • Mounting bracket, hardware, and detailed instructions included


  • 155 GPH Flow Rate
  • Constructed of Lightweight Steel and Aluminum
  • 14 PSI Maximum Pressure
  • Features 3/8" NPT Inlets and Outlets
  • Externally Accessible Pressure Relief Valve
  • Draws 4 Amps or Less at Full Load
  • Designed for Carbureted Applications Only
  • Mounting Bracket, Hardware, and Instructions Included


BrandQuick Fuel
Emission Code5
Free Flow GPH155
Fuel TypeGasoline
Product TypeFuel Pump
Part Number30-155QFT


This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

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