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Old 11-19-2011, 11:12 PM
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Hi everyone, I would like to know if the aeromotive 1000 is a good fuel pump to use with my 540 BBC when I mount my 671 gmc blower, I will be running two QFT 750's and not quite sure which regulator to use with this setup. I've gotten mixed reviews about having a return line to my fuel cell. Is there a better fuel pump than the aeromotive and has anyone had any problems with there's. My pro-street pickup will mostly see street duty and occasional blasts at the strip just to see what she will do and have fun in the process.
This is what she has in her:
Forged steel crank with double key ways
8.5 static compression- light weight Ross Blower pistons full floating
H-beam rods with ARP rod bolts
Rectangular heads with pocket porting
1.7 roller rockers
Home made 2.25 headers with 3.5 inch collector, I couldnt find anyone that made headers this size for my 73 pickup so I made my own equal length headers and had them air craft coated inside and out.
Turbo 400 with 3000 stahl and 4.11 gears in a 9 inch narrowed rear.
Lunati Hyd .236 int .246 exh .553 int .571 exh
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You will need the aeromotive fuel pump controller for the aeromotive fuel pump if you plan to drive it on the street. The controller reduces the voltage to the pump during street use.
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fuel pump on craigslist

i just say one posted on c/l... don't know how much they are but this one was mounted and not used for $500 bucks...
go to "delawarecraigslist" and in the search block at left insert "2711256400" ... just might help ya....
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thank you,
i will look it up, jeff
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