I scratched off some paint on the label. 152 875 are the numbers. Looks as if you have the same numbers. I have no carb, injectors. The fuel lines look .5 Inch but will have to measure tomorrow. As it is configured now, the fuel line from the tank goes to a clear filter. From there it goes to this pump. From that pump up to a silver canister that has power to it. That canister looks to be bigger than a tall boy veer can. From there the fuel line goes up under the engine cover.
Ok, good info. the 152-875 seems to be pretty generic for this style of carter pump. Would be good to know the details on the tall boy beer can, I'm gonna assume that's your high pressure pump, or possibly a filter. Either way, you are looking for a boost pump for a fuel injected setup with it's own pressure regulator on an engine making 500 Hp or so??
You can use just about anything that makes 50 GPH or more at anything above 1 PSI, regulated or not. Ideally you want an unregulated pump that put's out a good bit of flow and makes at least 6 psi. All of my stuff is 3/8" hose feed to the mechanical HP pump, 1/4" hose after, all feeding a 300 Hp aviation engine. The 1/4" pipe ports matched my stuff.
Your ports look like 1/4" NPT with 3/8" hose barbs. I believe the same pump will work for you:
P4389 = 1/4" NPT ports, 6-8 PSI, 72 GPH, Unregulated, Marine Rated
If you have 3/8" NPT ports, then this is the one I find:
P4601HP = 3/8" NPT ports, 6-9.5 PSI, 50 GPH, Unregulated, NOT Marine rated