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What's everyone running for pumps on their 351C engines? Since all the "performance" pumps for the Cleveland engine seem to be discontinued, I'm looking for an alternative. Not interested in running an electric pump at this time. 


Default is the Carter M6882 pump. $13, does what it's supposed to do.  


RobbMc has his $200 pump, not really what I want to spend on a fuel pump. 


Saw these Chinese pumps under various names like RPC. Any feedback?





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I put this on my 70 cougar eliminator and runs fine and fits well. I was concerned about it pumping too much and flood the carb but has not been a problem, I would buy again that's my .02 cents. I am sure its the same 1 your showing.

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I'm running a Carter stock fuel pump and I dyno'd it at 362hp at the rear wheels.



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I have run the chrome fuel pumps on my 351c since 2002. I run the chrome because my model A has no hood and the motor is completely in the open and it has to look right.

Anyway, I have used at least a half a dozen pumps from various manufactures whether its states its made here or not, they all look the same. The performance is good, but they do not last. The diaframs just get eaten up and fail or the bottom bowl gasket fails. I would suggest that you buy two (they are pretty cheap) and leave one in the trunk as a spare as I do. I can change them on the road in about a half hour.......

Thanks, Jay

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