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I would say (with some degree of certainty) yes, if your tank feed line is 3/8" the pump to carb line should also be 3/8".
So many dude's soldering and drilling. This is the best remedy I've read AND it's absolutely simple/foolproof.
Good job sir!
Are you running a return line?
Both Edelbrock and Holley have their pro's and con's.
In my experience with both (and not a knock on the carbs themselves) I'm going Sniper FI....
I run the Performer RPM on my 383 with the bulge hood. The only reason I use a drop base is because I'm using the Edelbrock heat insulating carb...
I'm preparing to ditch my Edelbrock for a Quick Fuel. I believe the issue is not only the garbage gas we have, but is inherent in the design of...
I'll practically guarantee your primary needle and seat is blocked, which is causing fuel to back up and erupt from your vent tube at that rpm.
I'm happy I decided not to wait for the Weiand!
You may want to try and find that Weiand manifold first. I scouted around before settling on the Performer RPM.
Excellent way to strain the diaphragm of the pump and shorten its lifespan.
If this much work is being done to the fuel system it would be wise...
The sock in the tank is supposed to do that. If anyone is having problems with big crud getting to the carb, let alone past their filter, this is...
If I'm not mistaken the Mopar Performance dual plane is simply an aluminum version of the factory intake.
You would most likely run into problems...
I applaud you for actually researching this and not simply stating your opinion and "running". Kudos! :drinks:
So you're telling me there are TWO filters on Six Pack cars?
I think you're entitled to your opinion but don't state it as fact.
The vapor separator is also your filter.
If it isn't embossed or the instructions don't read specifically which side is up, my guess would be it makes no difference.