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Mosley Motors provides parts and services for FJ40, FJ60, FJ80, FZJ80, UZJ 100 Toyota Land Cruisers. Engine conversions, fuel injections kits, leather upholstery and more.

In-Tank Fuel Pump Modules

GPA Series In Tank Fuel Pump Module

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GPA Series In Tank Fuel Pump Module

from 229.99

GPA Series Pump Modules are ideal for retrofitting an in-tank pump into an FJ60 tank. Choose the TBI model for GM TBI engines or 2F TBI Conversions. For LS conversions and Holley Sniper Fuel Injection systems, the 255 liter per hour pump provides plenty of fuel for up to 500 HP, for engines making more than 500 HP, we recommend the 400 liter per hour pump.

Pump kits come with the threaded mounting ring and cork mounting gasket. We recommend AN fittings for easy install and servicing - sellect the AN option and we will include 1/4” NPT to AN adapters for the supply and return lines.

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The FJ60 tank has a built in fuel reservoir tray that is perfectly sized to accept a GPA Pump Module

Installation begins by cleaning the tank thoroughly with degreaser and/or soap and water until no fuel odor remains.  Do not cut or weld on a tank that has fuel or fuel vapors. If you are unsure of your abilities to clean the tank, have the tank professionally cleaned or use a new tank.

After carefully measuring and marking any internal baffles, mark the the center of the hole for your pump, and drill the hole for the pump with a hole saw or jigsaw. Mark and drill holes for the threaded split mounting ring, which mounts to the underside of the tank. Hold ring in place with mounting screws.

The split ring gets tack welded to the tank. Smooth any welds with a dremel or flap disc, and remove any tank coating from the mounting surface. Measure the tank depth and cut the submersible supply and return hoses to length. After thoroughly vacuuming any installation debris, install module with gasket & sealer, apply fuel fittings, fuel hose, electrical connections, and reinstall tank.