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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-09-2008, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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lift pump help ??

any one have pics of a lift pump install i want to run ppe but have no idea how to do this pump install pic or info would help alot do i have to run a return line off the tank ?:smoke
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ill let you know friday thats when i will have mine in
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I am curious about this also. I have an edelbrock 1792 to install but the fuel line is a metal line all the way to the engine compartment. Do you install it inside the engine compartment? Where have you guys mounted them before?

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some of the people i have talked to say use the line off of the fuel cooler infront of the tank but do i need a return im lost when it coms to this thing to be stright foward i just go by what i was told...
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What type of lift pump are you going to use? The 150 FASS on mine was very easy to install.
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There's a couple holes in the frame just in front of the fuel cooler that work well. make a mounting plate for the pump and mount it there. You have to get the fuel line quick disconnect fittings (Lisle Tool, IIRC) and run the pump from the lines coming out of the cooler. Good idea to run a bypass around the pump if the pump is not a flow thru one, so if it fails the CP3 can still pull fuel.

PPE, 1792 dont use a separate return. Fass, Airdog do.

I'm thinking of running a NAPA filter setup with a PPE pump.
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Tom I run a NAPA filter head in front of my 1792 style pump. Works great, just be sure to change the filter often. I can hear my lift pump start to bog when it gets dirty. I mounted it on the tank shrouding and its really easy to change.

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