We are using a fuel filter from Jegs. We welded a 3 inch plate on the 1 inch cross member to mount the filter and pump. Also later this plate will be used to mount brake lines. We then mounted the filter and pump using 1/4 inch bolts. We are making connections using the 3/8 aluminum fuel line. The vent line is ran to and clamped to the top of the shock tower.
The engine will require 114 GPH at max performance, not that I will be driving it around that way. We selected a Holley 150 Fuel Pump. It is a bit pricey, but worth it. Not only will it deliver the fuel but It is very quiet.
The fuel line is then ran along and clamped to the frame.
The forward end of the line will be connected to a regulator later.
PARTS LIST FOR THIS PAGE
|Qty||Part Number||Description||Cost Each|
|1||555-15170||Jegs Fuel Filter||34.99|
|1||510-12-150||Holley Electric Fuel Pump||214.99|
|3||555-100106||Jegs 3/8" NPT to -6AN Flare Fitting||4.69|
|1||555-100146||Jegs 3/8" NPT to 90 -6AN Flare Fitting||9.99|
|6||100550||Jegs 3/8 tubing to -6AN Flare Female Fitting||7.99|
|1||82032||Jegs Cushion Clamps 10/pkg||8.99|
|1||15100||Jegs 3/8 Fuel Line Aluminum 25ft||19.99|
|2||100551||Jegs 3/8 tubing to -6AN Flare Male Fitting||8.99|
|1||#8x3/4 Hex Head Self taping screws 100/pkg|