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Performance Fuel Pumps

A fuel pump transfers fuel throughout your system to the necessary components so your 2006 Ford F-150 can run. Your pump draws fuel out of the tank through a pipe to the carburetor, & this is done with a vacuum suction. From there it sends the fuel to the fuel line and into the fuel rail where it can be injected into the cylinder. A fuel pump also has other components such as a filter, and a float. A float helps read what level your fuel is at. Upgrade to a performance fuel pump today and ensure your vehicle is getting the fuel it needs to properly run. Sport Compact Warehouse is your premier source for performance fuel pumps. If you have any questions regarding fuel pumps reach out to one of our experienced representatives and we will help you make a more informative decision.

To make more horsepower you’ve got to stuff more air and fuel into your engine. We have the big carburetors, high flow injectors, and even complete EFI systems to make it happen, but those parts can’t do their job unless they’re supplied with enough fuel. To make sure you have the right fuel volume and pressure you have to start at the source – the fuel pump, and we have the high flow mechanical, and in-tank or external electric fuel pumps that can supply your engine with the fuel it needs.

Performance fuel pumps are generally flow rated in Gallons Per Hour (GPH) or Liters Per Hour (LPH). At wide open throttle, a naturally aspirated engine needs about 0.5 lbs. of fuel per horsepower per hour, a nitrous or forced induction engine about 0.75 lbs. of fuel per horsepower per hour. If you know your engine’s approximate horsepower, you can calculate which pump you need by multiplying the horsepower by 0.5 or 0.75, and then dividing the resulting figure by 6.2, which is the weight in pounds of a gallon of gasoline.

Using the above formula we can determine that a healthy 500 horsepower naturally aspirated street engine will need a pump that flows at least 40 GPH (500 x 0.5 = 250/6.2 = 40.32) while an 800 horsepower turbocharged track beast requires a minimum of 97 GPH (800 x 0.75 = 600/6.2 = 96.77). It’s OK to use a pump that flows more than what your engine needs, and if the difference between the required volume and pump output is great, the excess can always be returned to the tank via a pressure regulator. Never use a pump with less GPH than necessary because then your engine will be fuel starved, which can not only result in poor performance, but possible engine damage caused by a lean condition.


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BBK 1864
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BBK 1864 Direct Fit OEM Style High-Volume Electric Fuel Pump Kit 300-LPH Incl Plastic Module Fuel Sending Unit New Gasket Cor
for your 2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH

$517.49

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$449.99

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2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH equipped with
5.4L V8
 
Fuel Pump and Sender Assembly
300 LPH Electric In-Tank Fuel Pump Kit
 
2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH equipped with
5.4L V8 Fuel Pump and Sender Assembly
300 LPH Electric In-Tank Fuel Pump Kit
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JMS Chips USA P2000
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JMS Chips USA P2000 Electric Fuel Pump
for your 2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH

$473.50

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$411.74

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2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH equipped with
L
 
2006 Ford F-150 KING RANCH equipped with
L