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I’m wanting to change the fuel pump to something that’s solid state because I have replaced the mechanical one that’s on it multiple times. I would like one that runs between 1 and 3.5 psi. But the most important thing I want is that it stops pumping when it reaches max pressure and doesn’t keep running like the own one does. Anyone know where I can find good pumps that are like this?

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