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External Electric Fuel Pump


external electric fuel pump
    fuel pump
  • A fuel pump is a frequently (but not always) essential component on a car or other internal combustion engined device.
  • The fuel pump moves gas from the gas tank and delivers it to the fuel injection system or carburetor.
  • A high volume and pressure of fuel is required to run an EFI system. EFI fuel pumps are sized in liters (LPH) or gallons (GPH) and are capable of producing 60-90 pounds of pressure in the fuel line. A typical automotive fuel pump for a carburetor produces 5-7 pounds of pressure.
    external
  • outward features; "he enjoyed the solemn externals of religion"
  • coming from the outside; "extraneous light in the camera spoiled the photograph"; "relying upon an extraneous income"; "disdaining outside pressure groups"
  • Relating to or denoting a medicine or similar substance for use on the outside of the body
  • Coming or derived from a source outside the subject affected
  • Belonging to or forming the outer surface or structure of something
  • happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface; "the external auditory canal"; "external pressures"
    electric
  • (of a situation) exceptionally tense; "an atmosphere electric with suspicion"
  • An electric train or other vehicle
  • using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity; "electric current"; "electric wiring"; "electrical appliances"; "an electrical storm"
  • a car that is powered by electricity
external electric fuel pump - Holley L:12-802-1
Holley L:12-802-1 Electric Fuel Pump with Regulator - 110 GPH
Holley L:12-802-1 Electric Fuel Pump with Regulator - 110 GPH
This electric fuel pump has a tumble-polished billet look with a blue logo and features an improved design for street and strip applications. It has a 110 GPH flow rate with 88 GPH at 9 PSI. It draws only 2 amps and has a maximum pressure of 14 PSI with an externally accessible pressure relief valve. It weighs 3-lbs, includes mounting brackets, and has a lower housing casting for enhanced fuel flow and quieter operation. It is not designed or recommended for use with fuel injection systems and is not compatible with alcohol or methanol fuels.

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TSR-2 XR220
TSR-2 XR220
Unflown second prototype of the TSR-2 XR220 on display at the IWM Cosford --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Although never developed beyond the prototype stage, the British Aircraft Corporation TSR2 was one of the most exciting and controversial British combat aircraft designs of the 1960s. The cancellation of the project is a subject of great debate to this day. During the mid 1950s, the increasing sophistication of air defence systems led the RAF to consider the procurement of a high speed, low level strike and reconnaissance aircraft to replace the English Electric Canberra. In October 1957, the Ministry of Supply released the first specification for such an aircraft. On 1 January 1959 the Ministry of Supply announced a design had been selected for production. Christened the TSR2 (Tactical Strike and Reconnaissance Mach 2), this aircraft was developed by a joint design team. A contract for eleven TSR2 prototypes was concluded on 6 October 1960, the first (XR219) made its maiden flight from Boscombe Down on 27 September 1964. By 31 March 1965 XR219 had completed twenty-four flights, and a second, the aircraft you see here, was to join the programme. Initial reports indicated that the TSR2 was an outstanding technical success. However political opposition to the project led to it being cancelled from 6 April 1965. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 Oct 60 One of nine development aircraft ordered as part of contract No.KD/2L/02/CB42 (a). Built by British Aircraft Corporation at the former Vickers factory at Weybridge, Surrey. 10 Oct 60 Serial numbers XR219 – XR227 allotted for first development batch of TSR.2 aircraft. 1963 Under construction. Work No. 02-1A. Scheduled for completion January 1964, but delayed by production problems. Jul 64 Freshly painted and undergoing final equipment installation. 9 Sep 64 As it was being backed into a hangar that afternoon, the fuselage fell over on its jack-knifed trailer at A&AEE Boscombe Down, to where it was being transferred from Weybridge as part of the Ministry of Aviation Air Fleet for trials flights, with the wing and ailerons on another trailer. The delivery driver had turned too tightly while avoiding Chief test Pilot Roland Beamont’s parked Lightning T.4. 11 Sep 64 Fuselage recovered using air bags. Most damage was to the port taileron spigot. Completion delayed by some spares robbing for use on flying prototype XR219. 27 Sep 64 First prototype TSR.2, XR219, made its first flight – pilot ‘Roly’ Beamont. 24 Feb 65 First ground engine runs of XR220 following repair. Delivery of the Olympus 320 engines was considerably delayed. Mar 65 Further engine ground runs and fuel flow trials.Ground trials completed towards the end of the month. The aircraft was then placed in temporary storage prior to its first flight, planned for the beginning of April. 2 Apr 65 Planned first flight date - delayed by minor faults. Intended as the trials aircraft for carriage of external stores, initially to be flown at up to Mach 1 low altitude, then gradually extending the envelope. 6 Apr 65 The TSR-2 project was cancelled by Harold Wilson’s Labour Government, the announcement coming in that day’s Budget Speech by Chancellor James Callaghan. XR220 had been intended to fly that morning, with Deputy Chief Test Pilot the late Wing Cdr James ‘Jimmy’ Dell as the pilot; this was delayed by the need to replace a faulty fuel pump discovered during pre-flight engine checks that morning. That afternoon the TSR-2 project was infamously cancelled in the budget speech and all work suspended before the aircraft could fly, despite Dell’s attempts to return to the airfield after lunch to fly the aircraft having heard the cancellation announcement on TV. The aircraft was already impounded when he got there. Various proposals were made to keep some TSR2 aircraft, including XR220, flying on test programmes, but these did not proceed. 24 Jun 65 BAC ordered by MoA to hand the airframe over to the A&AEE ‘as lying’ and provide sufficient spares backing to support 25 hours worth of ground engine running. 6 Jul 65 TSR-2 project officially terminated. 9 Jul 65 XR220 handed over to A&AEE. 65/6 Used at A&AEE, Boscombe Down, for ground running trials (Detuner and engine noise tests) of the Rolls-Royce Olympus 22R-320 engines in support of the Concorde programme. Trials undertaken by Bristol Siddeley Field Service Engineers. Feb 66 Tests completed by this date. 5 May 66 MoA revoked the airframe’s certification as a military aircraft. 14 Oct 66 Engines removed for further use and stored al Stores Depot at Sevenhampton, near Swindon, Wilts. Aircraft stored outside at Boscombe Down and offered by MoA to various bodies including RRE Pershore, Empire Teat pilots Schoo
Trans air
Trans air
Tail number N2211LM A Short Bros, & Harland model SD3-60. Registration shows the following, Fuel Modifications Modification 1 of 1 06/25/2009 TEMPORARY FERRY FUEL SYSTEM INSTALLED IN PASSENGER CABIN AREA, CON- SISTING OF 6 ALUMINUM TANKS. EACH OF THE SIX TANKS IS 210 GALLONS AND THE TANKS ARE POSITIONED AT STATION 220, 244, 268, 292, 316 AND 340 INCHES. TANKS ARE RECTANGULAR IN SHAPE AND DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED FROM 5052 ALUMINUM .100 INCHES THICK IN ACCORDANCE WITH ABYC H-24.18.1 TANK MATERIALS. TANKS ARE DESIGNED AND WELDED TO MEET THE REQUIREMENT OF FAR 23.963(1). TANKS ARE INTERNALLY BAFFLED, PRESSURE AND LEAK CHECKED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FAR 23.965(A)(1). RUBBER 3 INCH SAFETY CAPS INSTALLED. TANKS ARE VENTED TO POSITIVE EXTERNAL AIR BY A FOR- WARD FACING VENT LINE IN THE CABIN AIR SCOOP. FERRY FUEL TANKS ARE MOUNTED ON THE CARGO FLOOR AND SECURED BY SIX 5000 POUND ADJUSTABLE CARGO STRAPS MOUNTED TO 12 DOUBLE RING BROWNLINE CARGO RINGS INSTALLED ING BROWNLINE SEAT/CARGO RAILS. ALL GROUPS OF TANKS ARE GROUNDED TO THE AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE. EACH FERRY FUEL TANK GROUP IS EQUIPPED WITH 3/4 INCH FUEL FEED FITTINGS. NO 10 FUEL LINES ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN FITTINGS AND RUN FROM EACH TANK FEED FITTING TO SEPARATE ON/OFF FUEL SELECTOR VALVE. FROM THE VALVES THE LINES RUN TO TWO GATE VALVES ALLOWING SELECTION OF ELECTRIC TRANSFER PUMP ONE OR TWO. THE SHORTS COLLECTOR TANKS WITH INTERNAL FUEL PUMPS ARE MOUNTED ON A PLYWOOD PALLET AND SECURED TO THE FLOOR STRUCTURE USING EXISTING FLOOR ATTACH SCREWS. A/C ELECTRICAL POWER FOR THE PUMPS IS SUPPLIED VIA TWO INVERTERS WHICH IN TURN ARE POWERED VIA 2 OFF AND ON SWITCHES TO 25 AMP, 28 VOLTS C/B OF THE LANDING LIGHT CIRCUIT. THE FERRY PUMPS FEED DIRECTLY TO THE AIRCRAFT FORWARD COLLECTOR TANKS AND BOTH ENGINES CAN BE RUN VIA IN CROSSFEED MODE ON THE FRONT TANK. SYSTEM SHALL BE

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