The easiest way to convert your vehicle to an in-tank, EFI fuel system
Installs in any fuel tank from 6-1/2” to 12” deep to fit a wide variety of applications
The low profile design is only 1.275” thick above the tank mounting surface for added clearance when needed
The innovative clamping system allows you to locate the module anywhere in the tank beside your existing sending unit
The clamping system allows you to rotate the unit 360-degrees for easier clocking of the plumbing and wiring locations under your ride
Includes innovative Holley Hydramat to ensure consistent fuel supply. The 3” x 15” HydraMat mounting flange has 6 clocking pin locations to allow for 360-degree adjustment to clear sending unit levels or any tank floor restrictions that you might encounter
Black anodized aluminum construction for corrosion resistance and long lasting good looks
1/4” NPT ports for a wide variety of plumbing options
Ideal for Terminator EFI, Sniper EFI, MSD Atomic EFI or any TBI of EFI conversion
Optional roll over valve available
Two different fuel pumps are available to match your requirements – 255LPH or 400LPH for both return and returnless style systems
Now you can convert your factory tank or fuel cell to an in-tank EFI fuel system quickly and easily! And- add the benefits of a Holley Hydramat in the process! The conversion is easily accomplished with basic tools and requires no welding or fabrication. The billet aluminum module design includes a billet pump hanger bracket to control pump vibration while also providing a low profile design to fit where space is at a premium. Holley’s innovative clamping system and integrated fuel pump makes it easy. Once installed, hook up your fuel lines and your power source/ground and you’re off and running! NO hassle!
Intended for a Return Fuel system. See link below for Returnless Option.
It is recommended to use a Holley 12-753 30 Amp Fuel Pump Relay along with a minimum size of 12 Gauge wire for your installation. *** Maximum 6AN line and fitting size due to space limitations between unit and fuel tank.