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Old 12-05-2003, 11:45 PM
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Electric Fuel Pump for FI

Hi all,

I need some information on which electric fuel pump manufacturer to seek out for my project.

I need an out of the tank (in-line) electric fuel pump capable of at least 55 psi or greater and a good adjustable fuel regulator and filters.

This will be used to supply a 2001 Chevy 5.3 Vortec engine in my 56 Ford P/U.

Any suggestions are welcome.

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Old 12-08-2003, 12:00 PM
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Man, am I jealous. 56 Ford truck is my mostest favoritist style of truck, bar none.

As far as parts go, Grab a Summit Catalog. They show some Holley and Barry Grant pieces that sound like what you want. Might not hurt to call or email them to find out what they have at the best prices. Apparently everything they have is not necessarily listed in all their catalogs.
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if you have a napa in the area a p5000 will work . i just bought on for my project and am running a 4.3. also your regulator is built in at the injectors and handles up to 100 psi
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What type of horsepower level are you running at 56Rodder?
Aeromotive makes nice pumps and regulators, as well as many others. They might be worth a search or two?
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Old 12-15-2003, 06:38 AM
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I am running a 35 with TPI in the hot rod and the fuel pump that I am using is an external unit for a ford pickup with a 460. I think it is for a 88 to 92. O'reilly keeps them in stock.
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Old 12-15-2003, 07:24 AM
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The Mallory 110FI should do the trick. Summit also sells a an inline pump made by Holley that should work.

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Fuel Pump

Hey 56rodder, I'm putting a 91 TPI in a 57 Chev. PU. I got a MSD elec. pump from either JEGS or Summit, don't remember which. Got everything hooked up, turned power on and promptly blew a hole in the factory fuel regulator. According to what I've been told by Mr. Goodwrench, the factory in tank pump puts out about what the factory regulator is supposed to bypass at. I had to replace the factory regulator and add an aftermarket regulator between the pump and factory regulator. There is a possibility the original factory regulator was tired and just decided to go at that particular time.... Didn't want to chance another blown regulator. Good Luck djenn
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