When it comes to slapping the General’s latest and greatest into the engine bay of your favorite retro ride, there are a lot of variable to consider. From mounting solutions to power steering provisions, a lot of thought goes into how you’ll get everything working just right. And one of the larger concerns, especially if you are dealing with a retro ride, is how you’ll provide the mill with a 58 psi fuel source.
In the past, this has required extensive modifications to the stock tank or the addition of a—frequently noisy—external fuel pump. But those days are no longer with Holley’s new fuel system solutions. For 2018, Holley will now be selling direct drop in fuel sender assemblies for your favorite classic musclecars, making the fueling side of any swap that requires a source of high-pressure fuel a breeze.
On top of its new drop in fuel sender assemblies, Holley was also showing of its new fuel cell sending units. Featuring billet machined fuel hats, the assemblies are available in both 6-bolt and 12-bolt configurations. The hangars can be custom tailored to fit just about any fuel cell on the market.
Each assembly is topped off with hydromat to keep the pump fed, no matter the situation. They are available in single 450lph or dual 255lph configurations. The fitting on the billet hat are -8AN out and the same for the return side—though they are available in return-style or return-less.
So, whether you’ve got a classic muscle car you’re looking to put some modern power in, or a full on racecar and need a sender for your fuel cell, look no further than Holley’s new fuel system products.