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Mallory Comp Pump Series 140 29259

Mallory Comp Pump Series 140 29259
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$638.99 ea
NEWARRIVING SOONEstimated Ship Date 06/27/2023 (If Ordered Today)177 available from HOLLEY PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS as of 06/07/2023
Model: 4010611
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These pumps are all based on a CNC machined housing for absolute precision and control that is required for today's demanding applications. Each pump incorporates a Gerotor design for quiet, reliable performance and there is no chance of vane breakage or issues. For easy mounting, hardware is required with each model.
  • Quiet High Efficiency Design for Stable Output
Holley Performance Emission Code 5: This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles; Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles; and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations
About Mallory

Mallory Electric of Toledo, Ohio was incorporated on Friday, February 13, 1925. Mallory Electric manufactured its products at 1742 Nicholas uilding, Toledo, Ohio. Its founder, Marion Mallory, Sr., moved the company to 12416 Cloverdale Avenue, Detroit, Michigan in August of 1935. This initial move from Toledo to Detroit was made due to the company’s enormous growth in the early thirties and the need to be closer to the Ford Motor Company. Marion Mallory Sr. had established ties with his close friend Henry Ford, and together they designed the ignition system for the 1932 Ford V8. Ford Motor Company placed an order with Mallory for one million distributors for its new V8. Mallory supplied much of the “original-equipment” ignition components for Ford through 1948. Even today, Mallory continues to build performance ignition products for Ford Motor Company vehicles. By the late 1960’s the Detroit plant had become too small and “Boots” Mallory began moving his father’s company to Carson City, Nevada in 1969. Ten of the Mallory Electric Company’s nearly one hundred personnel and their families moved from Michigan to Nevada to help the company get re-established. Within a short period of time, the entire company was located at what was then 1801 Oregon Street, Carson City, NV Marion Mallory, Sr. was born on April 4, 1893 in Nevada, Missouri. He has held hundreds of patents in the automotive field since 1916. He first held patents under his own name, and then used the name “Mallory Research Company”. After 1925, all of his patents were under the name Mallory Electric Corporation. Mallory has patents on items such as electrical systems, shock absorbers, internal combustion engines, ignition coils, ignition timers, ignition systems, governors, air inlet devices, carburetors, and even children’s toy race tracks to name a few. Mallory’s specialty was ignitions and fuel timing systems but he also invented a breakerless magneto and improved distributors and coils. His patents are held in several countries, including the United States, Canada, Great Britain, France and Germany. Many of the patents have been licensed to other manufacturers. For many years, Marion Mallory, Sr. was second only to Thomas Edison in patent holdings.

Mallory has always been involved in the development and sponsorship of auto racing. The Mallory ignition system first won the Pikes Peak Hill Climb on a Stutz in 1926. The Socony Expedition chose Mallory ignitions for their trek to Moose Factory (the second oldest town in Canada 16 degrees from the Arctic Circle) where no vehicle had ever gone before. Mallory was particularly active in the 1930's at Indianapolis. Wilbur Shaw finished second, driving No.17, the “Mallory Special”, at the Indianapolis Speedway in 1933 with a top speed of 100 M.P.H., equipped with a regular Mallory distributor and D.S.M. coil. Mallory continued to set records at “The Brickyard” for many years, including winning more than 16 consecutive races between 1961 and 1983. For years, Mallory has also been involved in other types of motorsports, including drag racing, sprint car racing and NASCAR. For more than 20 years, the Mallory “SUPER-MAG” ignitions won nearly every N.H.R.A. event in Top Fuel Dragsters and Funny Cars. Mallory provided trackside technical support for its products from its 53-foot racing services trailer. This support vehicle and the involvement of our technicians have helped to keep Mallory, Inc. abreast of all the changes and developments in the industry. Customer service and innovation have always driven Mallory to success.


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Emission Code 5
Free Flow GPH 140
Fuel Type Gasoline
Part Type Electric Fuel Pump
WARNING CA Proposition 65 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm


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