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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2014, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
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Holley HP750 Carb and HP125 Electric Pump

I have a HP750 Carb from my solid roller motor that has been in the garage for a couple of years. I also have an HP125 Holley electric (gerotor) fuel pump that I ran for about 500 miles. Pump ran great and is worlds quieter than my Holley red vane pump. I have since went to an Aeromotive in tank fuel pump setup.

I would like to sell all as a package deal for $525 shipped.
-Holley HP 750 carb
-Holley HP125 electric pump
- Russell black braided hose carb manifold -6 AN inlet
- Summit fuel filter -6AN male ends

I also have a new Nitrous Express basic nitrous kit (175 max). Includes bottle, solenoids, plate, and hardware. Would include for an additional $300.

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If you decide to seperate the pump from the carb, I'd be interested. My holley blue sounds like a train.

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I have a HP750 Carb from my solid roller motor that has been in the garage for a couple of years. I also have an HP125 Holley electric (gerotor) fuel pump that I ran for about 500 miles. Pump ran great and is worlds quieter than my Holley red vane pump. I have since went to an Aeromotive in tank fuel pump setup.

I would like to sell all as a package deal for $525 shipped.
-Holley HP 750 carb
-Holley HP125 electric pump
- Russell black braided hose carb manifold -6 AN inlet
- Summit fuel filter -6AN male ends

I also have a new Nitrous Express basic nitrous kit (175 max). Includes bottle, solenoids, plate, and hardware. Would include for an additional $300.

http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/h...olleyFuel4.jpg

http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/h...olleyFuel3.jpg
I have been using the same pump for a few months now, working well so far and quiet compared to most electric pumps. I can't hear it with the engine running.

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I'm still interested in the pump if you decide to split them. Maybe it would be easier to sell them seperately?

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