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    double pumper


    hello all, glad to find the site, i got a question, will a manual fuel pump put out enough fuel for a double pumper brawler carb, thanks

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    What CFM carb? What fuel pump? Model #s?
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    I'd agree. But if you were running down the highway at wot...???..??? you may find out different.
    But for "typical" everyday driving, probably fine with short burst of "spirited driving"... LOL

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    Fuel pressure and volume to the carb has to be sufficient, and as others said it depends on usage! If you're going to be down the highway at WOT for any distance, it's going to take bigger pump, lines, and a regulator, for a stop light grand prix, 5 PSI with stock lines will probably handle it.
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