- Universal inline pump will fit most import and domestic vehicles
- 300LPH High Pressure Fuel Pump
- Supports up to 800 HP
- Includes filter which allows for easy install on most import and domestic vehicles including but not limited to the Skyline, 240sx, Civic, CRX, Integra, Eclipse, Supra, 350Z, AE86, GTI-R, Celica, MR2, 300ZX, Mustang, Corvette, Camaro, etc.
- High Pressure, High Performance
Please note that these fuel pumps do not come in Denso boxes. They are Denso fuel pumps modified by Kyosan in Japan. 100% authentic guaranteed. You can read a review of them here.
This universal fuel pump will fit most import and domestic vehicles. If you can mount it somewhere inside your gas tank and wire it up to around 9 to 14 volts then your good to go. The fuel pump is usually mounted on the existing fuel sending unit (fuel pump holder).
Fuel Pump Part#: 195130-1020
The 1020 Kyosan/Denso 300LPH high pressure fuel pump is the OEM fuel pump for the 93-97 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo. It is used as a popular universal fuel pump upgrade for automotive performance enthusiasts. Supports up to 800HP. You do not have to upgrade any components of your fuel systems to adapt to this pump since the overflow of fuel is sent back to the engine by the fuel pressure regulator via the fuel return line, which cools down engine components and your gas tank. This auction includes the fuel pump and filter allowing for an easy install on most import and domestic vehicles including but not limited to the Skyline, 240sx, Civic, CRX, Integra, Eclipse, Supra, 350Z, AE86, GTI-R, Celica, MR2, 300ZX, Mustang, Corvette, Camaro, etc. We consider this to be a very universal fuel pump setup which replaces your existing OEM or aftermarket (Walbro) fuel pump in it's same place inside the gas tank.
510 LPH @ 10 PSI @ 14 Volts 7.7 Amps
470 LPH @ 20 PSI @ 14 Volts 8.3 Amps
430 LPH @ 30 PSI @ 14 Volts 8.9 Amps
390 LPH @ 40 PSI @ 14 Volts 9.5 Amps
350 LPH @ 50 PSI @ 14 Volts 10.5 Amps
305 LPH @ 60 PSI @ 14 Volts 11.5 Amps
258 LPH @ 70 PSI @ 14 Volts 12.5 Amps
200 LPH @ 80 PSI @ 14 Volts 13.5 Amps
140 LPH @ 90 PSI @ 14 Volts 14.2 Amps
320 LPH @ 30 PSI @ 12 Volts 7.3 Amps
273 LPH @ 40 PSI @ 12 Volts 8.3 Amps
225 LPH @ 50 PSI @ 12 Volts 9.3 Amps
180 LPH @ 60 PSI @ 12 Volts 10.4 Amps
120 LPH @ 40 PSI @ 9 Volts 7.1 Amps
In a majority of cases, it does not hurt to install a high pressure fuel pump into a non-performance vehicle because most of the fuel sent towards the engine is unused and get sent right back to the gas tank via the vehicles fuel return line.
All Kyosan/Denso fuel pumps are brand new, in stock and ready to ship.
Flow rates and flow test chart courtesy of Jeff Lucius. You can view his great write up comparing the Denso to other fuel pumps here.