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need quick help on fuel pump

I need a quick recommendation for a external electric fuel pump for a carb application, I don't need anything fancy, 7psi or so and 30GPH or so.

just looking for a cheap pump, and a place to buy it from.

Oh and I'd like it to be relatively quiet.

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i'm using one from them for bout 10 yrs now... no problems at all.. no reg for it puts out 4 to 5 psi... around $40 bucks
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Electric fuel pump

Why not OEM mechanical ?? Clearance problem? What year & make ? Engine ?
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its for an engine that has no mechanical fuel pump provisions in a car that originally had a mechanical fuel pump (no intank fuel pump).
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