Performance Fuel System Parts

High Pressure Fuel Pumps, High Flow Fuel Filters, Throttle Body Spacers, Performance Carburetors

Fuel starts in the tank, so we have replacement tanks for most cars. Tanks need filler caps and hoses, and mounting straps to keep them in their place. Many fuel tanks have the fuel pump mounted inside, integral with the fuel level sender, and we have all of those, too. Got a race car? We have fuel cells with rubber bladders and foam inserts, and the check valves and rollover valves required to race.

Automotive Fuel Systems

Transporting fuel to the engine requires a fuel pump, whether it’s a stock replacement for a burned-out pump inside the tank, an engine-mounted mechanical pump with a busted diaphragm that’s filling the crankcase with gasoline, or an aftermarket pump with higher pressure and volume. We can hook you up; from plain rubber hose, to stainless high-pressure line with anodized aluminum AN-series fittings, CARiD has everything you need.

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Once the fuel is in the engine compartment, it needs to get into the engine. Old-school is to use a carburetor to mix fuel with air, and let it be sucked into the engine as needed. As simple as carburetors are, they need fettling regularly, and the delivery of gasoline and air is only good enough for old-school. For true efficiency and any chance whatsoever of passing an emissions test, you have to have fuel injection. By precisely injecting exactly as much as needed, injection provides the best power, fuel economy and emissions performance possible.

Engine Fuel Systems

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Performance Fuel System Parts the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as BBK, aFe, Edelbrock, Titan Fuel Tanks, Taylor Cable, Accel, Agency Power, MTS, ZEX the Performance Fuel System Parts we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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It’s actually fairly straightforward to adapt an older engine or a brand-new engine, for that matter to use an aftermarket fuel injection system. The kit will come with all of the parts you need. A full kit will include an intake manifold with fuel rails and injectors, the throttle body with position sensor, and all of the other sensors and wiring you’ll need. Any current production exhaust system will have spuds for the oxygen sensors (although you can weld these onto an older system if needed).

Performance Fuel Systems

Diesels use fuel too. Of course, it’s smelly diesel fuel instead of gasoline. Most pumps regulators and other components that are correct for gasoline won’t work with diesel fuel which is why CARiD has a full line of diesel replacement and upgrade parts for you. Starting in the tank there’s a “lift pump” that simply transfers fuel to the injection pump. And with diesel fuel’s proclivity to turn to wax at lower temperatures, support algae growth, collect water and rust, the lift pump and filter have a big job cut out for them.

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Guides & Articles
A Fuel tank sending unit is a term for the mechanical assembly inside your fuel tank which measures the level of liquid in the tank, then reports its findings to the fuel gauge on your instrument cluster. All sending units contain a "float" piece which does just what it describes - floats atop the surface of the fuel. Many automakers design the float piece as an...
Fuel injectors spray fuel directly into your engine’s cylinders during the intake stroke when a piston moves down to allow air and fuel to fill the cylinder chamber. When injectors are malfunctioning, leaking, or have failed completely, they will cause rough engine performance, poor idle, reduced power and economy, and exhaust that’s rich enough in unburned...
The throttle controller will basically bypass the computer in the vehicle. It is designed to take the information right from the accelerator position sensor and compile it in a high speed controller circuit that compiles the signal sent from the Accelerator position sensors. With this controller you are able to program it to different options and the throttle...
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Fuel Systems Reviews
Average rating:54.8 - 61 reviews
1991 Jeep Cherokee
| Posted by | (Bozeman, MT)

The product was packaged well and appeared to be what was needed in the photo. However when the part arrived the function of the piece was soon tested. There was no support piece for the fuel pump itself and the height of where the pump was not adjustable. Two hours later and re-engineering the piece with pieces from the old part and it worked fine. This piece did not "fit" the advertised vehicle very well.

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