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 Posted: 03-24-2019 01:33 pm
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browndog9
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So back in 2015 I purchased my Healey.
It has been a trip reading this forum determining if the thing was safe to drive. The PO did a respectable job in doing safety mods. But as I move to the fuel lines I have to wonder whats going on.
There are two fuel filters, one on either side of the fuel pump, in the boot. In addition there is a fuel filter on the fender in combination with a regulator.
There is a carbon canister with nothing coming in and a metal line, I guess vapor return, going back.
I want to clean all this up by removing the fuel filters in the back, removing the carbon canister and getting a vent from the tank to the outside much as my TR4 has.
Any thoughts.

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 Posted: 03-24-2019 02:06 pm
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I failed to include that the PO switched to Dellorto carbs, hence the regulator and filter up front.

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 Posted: 03-24-2019 02:27 pm
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Answered my own question by reading more forum postings.
Thanks CDA951 for posting about the one way valve.
I will place it just before the regulator and install new line back to the fuel pump./

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