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Old 04-19-2004, 03:34 PM
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Holley 950 Double Pumper Corb

Have a S-10, 350, 202 heads, 289 cam with 950 carb. Elect fuel pump went out, replaced W/Holley Black, reg set at 7 psi. Old pump was a Holley Red. Black will pump more Volume. Turned on started and ran fine. Few days later, turned on switch and went to carb to check preasure, went back and would not start. Looked back at carb and mucho fuel, coming out of back top of front bowl. Result, hydro lock, turned out to be #5 cyl full of trapped fuel. Pulled plug and reinstalled. Started right up and ran fine. Is pump volume too much? Did a valve in carb fail? Is this too long and you fell asleep reading? Any suggestions, Thanks rayfox

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Old 04-19-2004, 03:45 PM
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You might want to try a slightly lower pressure with the added volume. If you do not have a return line this might have something to do with it.

One other thing to check is your float level, when changing pumps/pressure/volume this can effect your float level.

Trash on the needle will also cause the symptoms you saw. It only takes a tiny piece and since you just replaced your pump, if you have rubber line and a barbed fitting there is a VERY good chance a small piece of rubber from inside the hose made it's way to the carb (needle and seat is where you would find it).

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Old 04-19-2004, 07:45 PM
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