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Old 06-19-2019, 10:32 AM   #1
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Default Adding an electric fuel pump

I am in the process of adding an electric fuel pump (carter low pressure) that I plan to mount to the rear cross member, low in front of the tank. This is on a 1937 pickup. I will add a filter before the pump. I was planning on still using the stock fuel pump as well. Do I need to put a line with a check valve to bypass the electric pump when not using? Is there risk of fuel leaking internally on the stock fuel pump when using the electric? I do plan on adding an adjustable pressure regulator. This is with a stock intake and Stromberg 97. I may in the future switch to a slingshot intake and two 97s so I want to provide for that now.
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