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Personally I got a Holley 12-802-1. Good for 110 GPH and comes with the regulator.

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Just cruising along minding our own business when BAM!!! The LAWS show up.

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hi im looking to buy an electric fuel pump for my 73 mach 1

 

Any pump in particular?

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How much power do you plan to make?

Will there be any other power adders like NOS or blower or turbo ?

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How much power do you plan to make?

Will there be any other power adders like NOS or blower or turbo ?

 

not adding any turbo or anything its just so the car starts first time everytime which one would be best?

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How much power do you plan to make?

Will there be any other power adders like NOS or blower or turbo ?

 

not adding any turbo or anything its just so the car starts first time everytime which one would be best?

 

This should work fine and it is cheap. It is the same pump as the Holley "red" pump. Is there some reason you don't want to use a mechanical style pump? Chuck

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How much power do you plan to make?

Will there be any other power adders like NOS or blower or turbo ?

 

not adding any turbo or anything its just so the car starts first time everytime which one would be best?

 

This should work fine and it is cheap. It is the same pump as the Holley "red" pump. Is there some reason you don't want to use a mechanical style pump? Chuck

 

well i keep my car in a garage and somebody told me that the heat in the garage evaporates the gas used to start the car and mechanical pump takes longer to start the car. usually takes 4 or 5 attempts to start

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The fuel in the carb and line from the stock pump are subject to evaporation. The electric pump would allow you to refill the line and carb before attempting to start the engine. Let us know what you decide to do. Chuck

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The fuel in the carb and line from the stock pump are subject to evaporation. The electric pump would allow you to refill the line and carb before attempting to start the engine. Let us know what you decide to do. Chuck

 

think i'll put the electric pump in

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The fuel in the carb and line from the stock pump are subject to evaporation. The electric pump would allow you to refill the line and carb before attempting to start the engine. Let us know what you decide to do. Chuck

 

That's exactly why I installed one. (basic Carter gold)

My reasons are:

 

I don't drive it often so need to crank for a while to get fuel to carby.

Battery also struggles sometimes since it also has been sitting

save the starter motor

best thing I ever did

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Jim

 

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Make sure the pump is mounted below the outlet on the fuel tank. If the pump is not gravity fed it will burn out in no time. :D

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