Plymouth Fuel System Parts

Featured prominently on our site is the Carter Fuel Pressure Regulators 404-501HP. These Plymouth fuel delivery parts monitor the fuel pressure in your fuel lines and adjust them appropriately to avoid fuel flooding or starvation. They feature a non return configuration and are located inline. They have an adjustable pressure ranging from 1-6psi making them ideal in a wide range of applications. They are constructed using the latest technologies from heavy gauge steel for enhanced strength and durability. They are further mirror polished to accentuate their stylish looks and offer more protection against corrosion and rusting for enhanced durability. They also feature flow matched stock inlet and outlet which give you the ability to fine tune the fuel flow in the pumps for enhanced performance. For better fitment and functionality they are designed using the OE specifications of high quality and long lasting durability. They are also sold individually along with all the necessary tools for a smooth installation. You will also get detailed set of clear installation instructions to avoid any guesswork. They are further backed with a 1 year limited warranty from Carter Technologies.

The BBK Fuel Pump Kits are also featured in our elite collection of Plymouth fuel delivery parts. These parts are crafted to turbo-charge your car by supplying large amounts of fuel to your engine for consistent peak performance. They are also designed using the OE specification of fitment and quality to ensure that they fit directly into the stock pump inside your gas tank. You can choose various types with fuel rates ranging from 110lph to 255lph. This makes them ideal for feeding high capacity gas hungry engines such as the supercharged, turbocharged or nitrous fed engines. You will get all the necessary mounting hardware along with a detailed installation manual. They are further backed by the 1 year warranty from BBK.

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