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Old 04-23-2015, 02:31 PM   #1
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Fuel pump

Non efi. Where can you get a good deal on a electric fuel pump for a 89 P.A 37' . Freightliner wants 2 bills, heck no. Also I know my new holley wants 6 psi but what gph do I need ? I've seen 110 to 140
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Back in the day , Holley , made electric pumps too, been a while since I've seen them advertised though.
JMHO: If you have one carb and are operating at less than 5,000 RPM, then 110 is all you need.
Now if you've got two 950 CFM 3 BBls mounted on high rise manifold , feeding a 500 CI , turning 9,000 RPM , go for the 140.
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Thanks Skip. That's the information I need
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Curious, since you posted in Ford chassis owners forum, assume you have a Ford chassis probably an F53 gas rig. Why would you go to Freightliner for a fuel pump? If Subford see this post he will know the answer and where you can find a fuel pump for it.
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Curious, since you posted in Ford chassis owners forum, assume you have a Ford chassis probably an F53 gas rig. Why would you go to Freightliner for a fuel pump? If Subford see this post he will know the answer and where you can find a fuel pump for it.
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Thanks, didn't think about you having a JD chassis.
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