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    electric fuel pump

    anyone able to recommend a fuel pump for me.
    68 charger
    505 stroker dual quad carb
    12.1 comp 650hp
    has 1/2" fuel lines on car at the moment
    purely street use

    thanks in advance

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    JMO i would look into the GSL392 pump. Its an efi pump, but supposedly there are good regulators you can use to bring the psi down to the 5-7 range you'll want for a carb.

    I have limited experience with pumps, but i was running a summit red carb pump.(re-branded holley red) and it was painfully loud at all times. I swapped to efi with a GSL392 and you can barely hear the pump working with the engine off.

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    All the Holley type pumps are noisy. The noise goes down some with a return line from the regulator back to the tank, but that's probably true for most pumps. The Mallory pumps are good.

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    Mallory 110 , quiet & reliable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chryco Psycho View Post
    Mallory 110 , quiet & reliable
    Ayuh... that's a good one! Very quite indeed...
    Last edited by 67Mopar; 05-24-2014 at 07:36 AM.

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    had major issues with a new holley hp 150, would not prime itself- what a waste of money!

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    I have a mallory 140 gph pump in the for sale section

    http://www.protouringmopar.com/showt...hlight=mallory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chryco Psycho View Post
    Mallory 110 , quiet & reliable
    I agree that's what I'm using.

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    I have a Mallory 140 on my engine test stand... super quiet. Mallory makes a nice pump... 110... 140... either model will due very nicely.

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    Aeromotive A1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirwood View Post
    had major issues with a new holley hp 150, would not prime itself- what a waste of money!
    I'm a little late to the party with this response, but the Holley pumps are gravity fed. They don't pull suction, they just push.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69DartGT View Post
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    Ditto - in tank.

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    mine was 14" from the tank sump and level with the bottom,tried a return line with no luck,pulled the screen out of it and tried a different relief spring in it. the only cure was a mallory 140...

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    barry grant mighty enduro

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