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    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.
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
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    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.

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    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?
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    i have also heard the same thing.
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    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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