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07-12-2010 01:21 AM
clicketyclack The bosch pump that came in the fuel injected VW bugs, busses, and early vanagons is pretty universal, and can easily push out 45-60psi as the sole pump on the line. They are normally regulated down to about 35psi. The only bad part is they run about $200, twice the price of the previous option from Jegs.
07-11-2010 09:36 PM
07-10-2010 03:15 PM
which electric fuel pump to use?

Vehicle is a '57 Chevy Suburban; engine is a '75 Chevy 250ci inline 6; intake is Clifford manifold with OEM TBI (from an Astro van).
My question is which fuel pump to use? I want to mount it inline, not intank.
Some guys on another forum recommend fuel pump from Ford from the '80s, but these trucks have 2 fuel pumps, electric intank and electric inline, so I wonder if the inline alone would be good enough...
I prefer to use OEM stuff as much as possible, for reliability and ease a of maintenance.

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