Raceworks 300LPH @ 3Bar (13.5V) fuel pump. 044 Equivalent, 60.5mm Pump Diameter, External Check Valve. E85 Safe.
Raceworks has developed a range of high-volume in-tank and external fuel pumps to suit the most demanding street and track requirements. Whether your engine is high boost or high-capacity; you can rely on Raceworks High Performance Fuel Pumps to provide ample fuel volume at up to 6bar of line pressure. Raceworks in-tank pumps are designed to replicate factory fitment in a wide range of OE modules allowing faster installation, and are all supplied with strainers and wiring tails, making a hassle-free upgrade for any vehicle.
All Raceworks products come with a 2 year warranty.
- Raceworks 044 Style
- 300 LPH @ 3Bar
- 12A @ 3Bar Current Draw
- Ext Check Valve
- Inlet – M18x1.5
- Outlet – M12x1.5
- E85 safe
Compatible Inlet Fittings:
- Female AN-8 Swivel – RWF-906-08-M18BK
- 5/16” Barb – RWF-414-M18-05BK
- 3/8” Barb – RWF-414-M18-06BK
- 1/2” Barb – RWF-414-M18-08BK
- 5/8” Barb – RWF-414-M18-10BK/RWF-417-M18-10BK
- AN-6 Male Flare – RWF-734-06BK
- AN-8 Male Flare – RWF-734-08BK
- AN-10 Male Flare – RWF-734-10BK (*Recommended)
- AN-12 Male Flare – RWF-734-12BK (*Recommended)
- Intank Strainer Kit – FSA-094
Compatible Outlet Fittings:
USING INCLUDED CHECK VALVE
- AN-6 Male Flare Banjo Kit – RWF-724-044-06BK
- AN-8 Male Flare Banjo Kit – RWF-724-044-08BK
- 5/16” Barb Banjo Kit – RWF-807-044-05BK
- 3/8” Barb Banjo Kit – RWF-807-044-06BK
USING HIGH FLOW INLINE CHECK VALVE
- AN-6 Male Flare – RWF-612-06BK (*Recommended)
- AN-8 Male Flare – RWF-612-08BK (*Recommended)
USING NO CHECK VALVE
- AN-6 Male Flare Adapter – RWF-731-06BK
- AN-8 Male Flare Adapter – RWF-731-08BK
- AN-10 Male Flare Adapter – RWF-731-10BK
- 5/16” Barb Adapter – RWF-414-M12-05BK
- 3/8” Barb Adapter – RWF-414-M12-06BK
- 1/2” Barb Adapter – RWF-414-M12-08BK
- Banjo Bolt – RWF-724-06ABK
WHAT IS A CHECK VALVE?
Also known as a One-Way Valve, a Check Valve allows flow in one direction only, and prevents back flow (reverse flow). This is important when staging fuel pumps, or running multiple fuel pumps in the case of a pump failure. It also ensures that fuel pressure in the line is maintained, allowing the engine to start faster even if the fuel system has not been sufficiently primed.