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    I am installing a new fuel pump and regulator on my warmed up A motor. I am struggling with the locations and routing of everything. Does anyone have any suggestions keeping safety and looks in mind? Pictures would be great Thanks

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    On my 1950 Studebaker I run a 12 volt Holley on my 6 volt battery with a 1 ohm 50 watt resistor in the power wire, so this puts out the perfect couple pounds pressure with no pressure regulator needed.

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    • #3
      Suppliers have a pump that's "hidden" inside the frame rail, at the center of the hood. Mounts on the hood bumper bolt.
      Bill Usedoneonminerva

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      • #4
        If you got the kit, pump and filter with fuel lines, there should have been a clamp with it that fits around the pump. I used the 1/4" bolt that holds the splash apron and fender just inside of my hood shelf.
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        • BILL WILLIAMSON
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          At my Car Quest store, they "discovered" one EXACTLY like our suppliers sell & it wuz even CHEEPER!!---I about soiled my DEPENDS!
          Bill Penneypincher

      • #5
        Here's how I mounted mine:
        Fuel pump is mounted with a clamp (that came with the pump) to the underside of the frame in the center near the hood bumper, the regulator is mounted to the frame using a bolt for the front hood latch.
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        • Mitch
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          Nice engine bay Carl
          I sure won't be running your for titles..lol

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