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Old 10-17-2012, 11:28 PM
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It would depend on what type of fuel pump you end up using, some are constant feed pumps that doing do well with stored head pressure, these pumps require a feed line. Examples are the walbro 220 & 400. for your fuel filter you can go with a 2 filter system to get best reliability, so a 150 and a 10 micron filter setup. I personally prefer a single low micron filter, but if you are pulling from the bottom of a fuel cell then you're more likely to have sediment in the tank and the 150 micron will take care of the big stuff without clogging the 10 micron. Some good cheap ones to look at are the jegs brand.
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