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    Advice on low pressure fuel pump pls

    Can some recommend an electric fuel pump suitable to feed three 97's. I'm aware that it should be no higher than 2-3 psi but I would assume it would still need to shift a fair volume of fuel.

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    i use a holley red top fuel pump Holley 97 GPH Red Electric Fuel Pump and a holley low pressure fuel regulator Low Pressure Regulator - in ten years never had any problems. kaye @ speedflow supplied all the fittings i needed as well
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    Cheers 35kid

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    You can buy 3-4 psi rated pumps, can't remember the maker now, but I had one feeding the fuel to my nitrous kit. They are only about 25 quid, I found using a high pressure one with a regulator further down the line just overworked the pump.

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    Thanks SF, I'll have another look round.

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    FACET Solid State Fuel Pump 40105 3 0-4 5psi

    I've used these Facet's with success.

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    Thanks PC, that looks like it will do the trick.

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