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    Got it on the dyno and ran out of fuel pressure the first pull It made 485whp the very first pull with no timing and he stopped until we fixed it. Have a Magnafuel rising rate regulator to put on this weekend and try to get enough pressure from the stock fuel lines on pump E to make 600-700whp. This winter I'll hopefully get a fancy hanger so I can put a second 525 pump in it and do -10 feed and -8 return the whole length of the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunkybs View Post
    Got it on the dyno and ran out of fuel pressure the first pull It made 485whp the very first pull with no timing and he stopped until we fixed it. Have a Magnafuel rising rate regulator to put on this weekend and try to get enough pressure from the stock fuel lines on pump E to make 600-700whp. This winter I'll hopefully get a fancy hanger so I can put a second 525 pump in it and do -10 feed and -8 return the whole length of the car.

    I replaced all of my fuel hose with some from Hotrod Fuel Hose (pretty fair prices). Worth looking into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangmike6996 View Post
    I replaced all of my fuel hose with some from Hotrod Fuel Hose (pretty fair prices). Worth looking into.
    I will definitely check them out, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunkybs View Post
    I will definitely check them out, thank you!
    No problem. PM me before you buy (if you go with them) I might have a promo code because they email promos pretty routinely. Also, the lines are PTFE lined so they don't deteriorate like rubber and "ethanol safe" rubber.

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