Does anyone know what this pump puts out for psi.?
okay fellers, it is not all that bad.
The pump that I installed puts out 2.5 psi as measured by a new pressure gauge that I purchased specifically to find out "how much".
The fuel pump that I bought did not have wires with it.
It did have binding posts with a lock washer, nut, and two high quality nylon insulated crimp terminals. I stripped the wire back far enough to double the wire on itself and then crimped it down hard. Got a nice "gas tight" crimp like it should be. Tug test showed it to be very firm.
I did have one "uh oh". When I did the install the first time I noted that the fuel line had to make a 90 degree curve to attach to the fuel pump. I thought at the time "this isn't going to work, it will collapse".
Well, it was 104* and I was in a hurry to get the "job done". Why is it there is always enough time to do the job again, but never enough to do it right the first time?
The fuel line collapsed the next day, and I had "plenty of time" to do it right by inserting a brass 90* elbow. Works great now.
Not shown in this picture are the black ty-wraps used to secure the wiring around the frame.
Also not shown in this picture is the return line. Left that out on purpose for the picture because it is huge and obstructs the view of everything else.