PCE mechanical fuel pumps are designed to work with stock or mildly modified engines, and deliver free-flow outputs of 115 gph, that's twice what a normal pump delivers. These pumps are plated with a bright finish for good looks and corrosion resistance, and the lower housings of both can be rotated through 360 degrees, to make fitting into tight places a snap. They have large orifices for high flow rates. These pumps are not compatible with methanol or alcohol fuels, and should not be used with fuel injection systems.
In 1979, the company was founded with Pete's Performance, which was a small speed workshop. It began by building engines for customers as a hobby, and it has now grown to include selling, assembling, manufacturing and racing high performance engine parts. Over the years, the company has grown into a worldwide high performance powerhouse. Growing from a one-man bricks-and-mortar business; to now a supply chain in which entails more than 400+ people all across the world. Today, Pete's Performance has evolved into the internationally known Speedmaster: which has distribution centres and offices is Sydney, Los Angeles and Shanghai.
Founded in Sydney Australia with one CNC Machine increasing to sixty 5-Axis CNC machines before being acquired in 2013. The Company's main focus has always been "Speed to Market", launching 1,200+ new products each year. Needing just one month to develop a new product and get it on to the shelf, compared to the six-month industry average. PCE has a policy of zero advertising, preferring to invest a percentage of revenues in new product development. These products being white-labeled to most of the biggest brands in the business.