NO LONGER AVAILABLE PHR PowerHouse Racing Dual Bosch 044 Fuel Pump Hanger SC300 SC400 Soarer
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This dual pump hanger features:
T6 6061 construction
Exact fit to the OEM tank
Fittings supplied with each hanger
All applicable hardware
Anodized Black for E85, Methanol, and other chemical resistance.
☼ All Parts are milled at a slow feed rate to ensure a better finished product
☼ Quality tapped holes to ensure clean threads.
☼ All the PHR kits come with MILITARY GRADE coated wires specifically for fuel submersion. They sourced and tested these long term at great personal expense. This was actually the single hardest part for them to come by, and solve the issue of fuel soak in cheaper wire some were having. ☼ NO HOSES OR CLAMPS to ensure a fail-free system.
☼ Anodized black! This will ensure these hangers can be used permanently in alcohol / methanol / E85 fuels with no concerns of long term corrosion.
☼ Using only 2 two powerful pumps reduces possibility of failure.
☼ The Bosch 044 is the most reliable racing pump on the planet. Failure isn't only not an option, it's damn near an impossibility! These pumps are used in rally cars (among others) where reliability is one chief concern.
☼ This is the last pump setup you will ever need.
NEW OPTION: The PHR Stainless Check Valve for those those wanting to run the pumps sequentially! Just replace the M12x1.5 to 6AN fitting with the check valve, and wire the upper pump to turn on whenever you choose so that your system isn't running both pumps constantly. The check valve is necessary to prevent fuel back-feed through the non-running pump. (Please note: there will be a slight reduction in peak flow so plan your fuel system accordingly)