Holley Performance Parts has announced the expansion of its line of fuel tanks and Sniper in-tank fuel pump assembly systems for a number of muscle cars and trucks.
Four new Muscle Car EFI Modules for use on various GM and Mopar models and two new replacement fuel tanks for 1973-’87 GM Blazers, Jimmys, and Suburbans are now available.
If you are converting your car to fuel injection, you can now forget the hassle of mounting gravity-fed inline pumps with these in-tank modules from Sniper EFI.
Designed to supplant sending units in factory fuel tanks, the Sniper Muscle Car EFI Module puts a 255 LPH fuel pump inside your tank to deliver reliable and quiet fuel delivery in vehicles with up to 550 horsepower. Included is Holley’s Hydramat which serves as a pre-filter and eliminates fuel starvation from hard acceleration and cornering.
A pre-calibrated fuel level sending unit will interface with your existing factory gauge, and the integrated fuel pressure regulator will regulate an even and steady 58 PSI. All excess fuel is returned to the tank, thus necessitating only one fuel line to your new fuel injection system.
The following parts are now available:
12-315 for 1962-’65 Chevy II and Nova
12-316 for 1966-’67 Chevy II and Nova
12-317 for 1961-’64 Impala, Bel Air and Biscayne
12-318 for 1970-’74 Barracuda and Challenger
Sniper EFI’s replacement fuel tanks are the perfect solution for your Blazer, Jimmy, and Suburban. They are powder coated for terrific aesthetics and corrosion resistance and are a direct fit. No need to modify hangars or your floor to upgrade your vehicle with a modern fuel tank.
New tank straps, filler neck and a 255 LPH pump and pre-calibrated fuel level sender are included. The 1/4 NPT supply and return line ports afford an easy fuel connection, and the integrated barbed vent fitting makes routing vent tubes easy.
Parts available include:
19-178 for 1973-’81 Blazer, Jimmy, and Suburban
19-179 for 1982-’87 Blazer, Jimmy, and Suburban
Head over to Holley’s website at www.holley.com for more details.