Holley Sniper in tank fuel pump installation
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How to install Holley's In tank fuel pump for it's Sniper Fuel Injection System.
This video show you step how to install Holley's Sniper in tank retro fuel pump with no return line required. With no return line needed it saves you time and money on the project.
The easiest way to convert your vehicle to an in-tank, EFI fuel system
Installs in any fuel tank from 7” to 12” deep to fit a wide variety of applications
The low profile design is only 1.275" thick above the tank mounting surface for added clearance when needed
The innovative clamping system allows you to locate the module anywhere in the tank beside your existing sending unit
The clamping system allows you to rotate the unit 360 degrees for easier clocking of the plumbing and wiring locations under your ride
Die cast aluminum construction for corrosion resistance and long lasting good looks
¼” NPT ports for a wide variety of plumbing options
Ideal for Terminator EFI, Sniper EFI, MSD Atomic EFI or any TBI of EFI conversion
340LPH pump that is E85 compatible for both return and returnless style system.
The in tank fuel pump also provides fuel for engines making up to 700 horse power. With the pump inside the tank you get a cleaner installation and quieter operation.
In this video I'll show you how to locate the fuel pump in the tank. The easiest way to cut a hole in the tank. How to set the fuel pump height to the bottom of the tank. Plus tips and tricks to make your project go quick and easy.
I will also show you how to wire the pump to the Holley Sniper Unit for proper operation of the Holley system.
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