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[plumbing] holley dual feed line options

I'm looking to clean up my engine compartment. I am running a Holley 4160 on an SBC 350. Right now I'm running a victor jr mech pump which requires the fuel line to be run under and around the header from the back of the engine to the pump, then out and up the front of the engine with a regulator then into the dual feed on pass side.

I really want to clean this up as it does not look very clean nor is it safe the way its run with rubber line. I would like to find a good dual inlet line that inlets from the back of the engine instead of the front. I was thinking of flipping mine around but I want to keep a pressure guage on it which would make it upside down. I also need to switch to steel braided lines and most likely an electric pump now since the mech. location is not very practical for plumbing.

Anyone have some good suggestions for setting this up? Or better yet, anyone have any good pictures for me to see? My steel fuel line from the pump comes out on the passenger side frame at the back of the engine so I will need to keep that as a starting point.

Thanks fellas,


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Look at my photo album and you'll see my before and after steel braided hose pic's. Don at FBO Systems (www.4secondsflat.com) was a big help with my set up. There are several brackets on the market that will allow you to bolt the regulator to the studs on the right side of the carb if you want to do something similar to mine but with a regulator.
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You can buy this from Jegs. It has inlets from either end. You put gas line on one end and gage on the other.
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