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Working on my buggy this weekend and realized that I need to get my fuel pump on the way. I’m running a LS 6.0 with no modifications and wanted to run an external fuel pump. I was looking at the Holley. Does anyone have their preference for dependability? Also what GPH and PSI should I aim for?
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Bebop posted the parts & links you'll need in the holley hydramat thread not too long ago.
Look at post #7
 

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Bebop posted the parts & links you'll need in the holley hydramat thread not too long ago.
Look at post #7
Thanks man, I tried searching but I guess I didn’t have the right word combo.
 

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I am using the wabro pucks in the tank corners to collect fuel with a 155GPH external pump. Currently a Bosch brand and it seems to be holding up just fine. It is a little loud.
 

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I am using the wabro pucks in the tank corners to collect fuel with a 155GPH external pump. Currently a Bosch brand and it seems to be holding up just fine. It is a little loud.
Do you notice yours getting louder as the day goes on? Mine definitely does and I always think about replacing it but then it's quiet the next time I start it so never bothered. Wifes jeep is the same way.
 

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I used the Walbro inline pump on my rig with a bottom of tank pickup. I have a filter before and after the pump. Do not run them dry that will kill the pump. Keep a spare if you go this route.
 

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Do you notice yours getting louder as the day goes on? Mine definitely does and I always think about replacing it but then it's quiet the next time I start it so never bothered. Wifes jeep is the same way.
No I dont but my rig is loud even with a full exhaust system , so after it running for a few hours i tend to be half deaf. I dont know why but I replaced the fuel tank when the original one cracked and it was quieter afterwards. Couldnt even begin to guess why since nothing was changed in conjuction with the pump.
 

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No I dont but my rig is loud even with a full exhaust system , so after it running for a few hours i tend to be half deaf. I dont know why but I replaced the fuel tank when the original one cracked and it was quieter afterwards. Couldnt even begin to guess why since nothing was changed in conjuction with the pump.
Mine is kinda loud too but, open headers... Obviously, I only notice it before startup. Just wasn't sure if it was a sign that it's going bad or they're just noisy.
 

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