Edelbrock 1727 - Fuel Pressure Regulator 160 GPH for Carbureted Applications

Edelbrock 1727 - Fuel Pressure Regulator 160 GPH for Carbureted Applications

Edelbrock 1727

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Edelbrock - 1727

Fuel Pressure Regulator - 5 to 10 psi - In-Line - 3/8 in NPT Inlet - 3/8 in NPT Outlet - 1/8 in NPT Port - Aluminum - Black / Clear Anodized - E85 / Gas / Methanol - Each

Carbureted Adjustable Non Bypass Fuel Pressure Regulator (160 GPH) Black/Clear

These fuel pressure regulators are machined from aircraft quality aluminum for those who demand the best. These carbureted fuel pressure regulators have an internal diaphragm made of fluorosilicone to ensure high temperature protection resulting in an extended life. They are compatible with all grades of gasoline, ethanol, methanol and E85 fuels. Select regulators available with 1/8" NPT gauge port and a boost reference fitting for blow through or pressurized carburetor applications (even beyond 30 psi of boost). Pressure regulation slope is 0.75 psi/gal of flow rate change. Will hold fuel system pressure for at least 20 minutes after pump shutdown. Developed for optimum compatibility with Edelbrock electric fuel pumps.

  • Manufactured By Essex Industries
  • Machined From Aircraft-Quality Aluminum
  • Have Fluorosilicone Diaphragm Material
  • Mounting Bracket/Fittings/Hardware Included

Outlet Port Diameter: 0.375
Inlet Port Diameter: 0.375
Inlet Type: Threaded
Outlet Type: Threaded
Port Quantity: 4
Mounting Type: Bracket
RGL: WARNING: This product can expose you to Chromium, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.P65warnings.ca.gov.