View single post by Ron Earp
 Posted: 10-29-2006 03:24 pm
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Ron Earp

Joined: 03-12-2005
Location: Cary, North Carolina USA
Posts: 339
Well, I'm not a JH purist but I know what can work on such a simple motor and setup.
I'd get rid of all the lines except the feed to the pump, and the vent for air at the top of the tank. I'd also use a standard Holley pump and get rid of the JH stuff. All you need to do is plumb in the line from the pump to the carbs, use a pressure regulator inline there and get the fuel pressure around 3-4 psi. Any extra tubes/vents on the tank I'd simply plug or connect them together.

As far as fastening the fuel hoses to the tank I'd just use standard hose clamps.

It is a simple car and your setup can be extremely simplistic.