FiTech 40003 Fuel Command Center EFI Sump Fuel Tank
Go EFI Fuel Command Center with Fuel Sump Tank!
***Important Fuel Pump Pulse Width Modulation Update*** -> HERE
Use your stock low-pressure fuel pump to feed your EFI Kit by adding the FiTech Go EFI Fuel Command Center sump kit —delivering enough go-juice to power up to 800 hp engines. Once installed with your EFI system, you can be sure that you have the most advanced fuel delivery system available.
Here is how it works: The FiTech Fuel Command Center Assembly is mounted in your engine compartment. It can also be mounted anywhere on the vehicle's chassis if necessary. The conventional fuel line that originally went to your carburetor is connected to the "IN" port of the Fuel Command Center. A supplied high pressure hose is plumbed from the Command Center to the inlet port on your EFI throttle body.
Your stock carbureted fuel pump (8psi max inlet pressure) feeds low pressure fuel to the FiTech Fuel Command Center’s sump tank.
A reservoir of fuel is in the sump tank at all times so the 340 L/PH pump inside is submerged in fuel. The sump tank contains a float that automatically shuts off the fuel coming into the Sump Tank when the correct fuel level is reached. At that point the stock pump is dead heading against the Fuel Command Center just like it normally would against a fuel pressure regulator.
When the engine is running the Fuel Command Center pump supplies high pressure (58 PSI) fuel to the EFI throttle body.
***Command Center Vent Port MUST be vented to the Fuel Tank***
***Please see page 2 of the instructions before purchasing***
40003 Kit Contents
- Sump Tank Assembly w/340LPH Fuel Pump
- 30 Micron Inline Fuel Filter
- 5' of high pressure EFI 6AN push-lock hose
- 2 x 6AN 90° Push Lock Hose Ends
- 3 x 6AN Push Lock Straight Hose Ends
- 1 x 6AN 45° Push Lock Hose End
- 4 x 5/16-18 x 1" hex bolts w/washers and lock buts
- 1 x 0-15 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge ***NOW LIQUID FILLED!***
- 1 x 0-100 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge ***NOW LIQUID FILLED!***
Read the instructions -> HERE