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Old 09-12-2011, 09:16 PM
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Fuel line kit for Holley 4150 and stock fuel pump

Hi fellas,

I'm swapping out the 305 for a 350 in '85 Camaro. I will be using the stock 305 fuel pump. The new engine has a Holley 670 Street Avenger carb.

I'm trying to find a fuel line set up on summitracing.com that will work with the stock fuel pump and the holley carb. I'm not sure about the fittings, etc.

Will the kit below work for me? Any other recommendations?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SPE-2955/

I appreciate your input and suggestions!

Colin

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took a look and it will work with your carb but not sure bout the stock side. also is/was the old motor tbi? bc if it was u would have to run a pressure reg. bc the f.i. runs alot higher psi.
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Old motor was carbed. Stock q-jet. It looks like the "fittings" in that kit are just fancy hose clamps, so they'll be pretty universal. Just need a barb from the stock fuel pump I guess.
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They do look like just pretty nut style dressup parts on the end so it should be fine. I have an 86 Monte and originally used the stock fuel pump for a similar swap.

It looks like theres enough hose but its possible that i might not reach down to the fuel pump the way you want. Its not a long run as Im sure you know but my guess is 3 feet? Up from the pump to the carb. You can also see in the pic that they give you a 3/8" adapter which Im guessing goes INTO their 4150 feed and then you connect the braided hose to that down to the pump

Dont forget the fuel filter. If you use this kit you'll need to put one inline from the pump so that'll need some 3/8" rubber fuel line.
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Thanks bubbahotep. This kit includes a fuel filter as well. I know it's not top of the line with AN fittings and such, but it will do for me. The 3ft might be tight. We'll see!
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