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    Any personal recommendations ...

    ...for a quiet and cheap petrol pump making 3-5 psi ? I have loads of cube facets and they are all bloody noisy
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    Original mechanical one
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    The Carter US ones are nice n quiet but may run a bit higher than 5psi?
    What about the old tick-tick SU type points pumps as an option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
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    I've ran an edelbrock mech pump for years and cant fault it,
    Real high output at about 130gph from memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chevy2 View Post
    I've ran an edelbrock mech pump for years and cant fault it,
    Real high output at about 130gph from memory.
    Are there even more productive pumps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
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    If only it were that easy , bloody ethanol evap!
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    drseg is online now
    theres a solid state mod for the old su pumps', maybe worth a look
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    grandmothers and eggs kapri, but ive rubber mounted facets on mini bulkheads with twin webers, oops think ive answered my own answer!
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    Ive run a Carter in the boot for 25years.....cant hear the thing for the fkn open chamber Flowmasters LOL.


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    mount it on rubber bobbin thingys -soft rubber not hard - and you should be ok with a Facet cube type - I did that and you could hear it with engine off but not with engine running or road noise.
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