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nofear57 04-19-2008 11:13 AM

Which fuel line is better?
 
I'm setting up my single 1150 Dominator carb and I'm not sure which way to go with the fuel line from the regulator? Should I use a anologue fuel line on the carb from the regulator or 2 seperate lines from the regulator to the carb?
The car is a 8.50 certified 56' chevy with a Reher-Morrison 555ci. 900hp with no power adders. I have a MagnaFuel electric fuel pump(its a QuickStar 300)in the trunk.

bjuice 04-19-2008 07:22 PM

i run a fuel log on my 511ci making over 800 hp with no problems..also flip back and forth from gas to alcohol and back to gas..same plumbing..i run a magnafuel prostar 500 and a magnafuel 2 port regulator.....if it were mine i would go with what you have..the dual line would probably be the cheapest..
just my take.

Brian

nofear57 04-19-2008 08:47 PM

I've heard that the Fuel log stores a little extra fuel and that the carb will not run low in certain situations. This is just what I've heard,I don't know if theres any truth to this or not?

bjuice 04-20-2008 04:51 PM

i have also heard the same thing. :D

racecrafter 05-12-2008 09:29 AM

as long as you don't have routing issues, no reason not to use the fuel log as long as it is large enough to supply the necessary fuel.


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