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Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: 2 Dog Town in West Texas
Re: Fuel pump/regulator plumbing
Dave, I have yet to see a roller cam, either cast or billet that didn't have a fuel pump eccentric lobe unless it was a funny car motor .
I was looking at that fuel log your posted, Did you notice the the two nuts that feed the carb are for inverted fittings?
Also , If I had to choose pumps, I would go with the Red as its lower pressure. The gph rating will be good for your set up. Also it has less pressure and you may not need a bypass regulator to the tank. The higher pressure pump will or should be run with a regulator. If you don't use a reg with a high psi pump, fuel will dead head on the pump and possibly burn that pump .
I think I am reading your note correctly.
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