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chevy engine question

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by lifted95z71, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. lifted95z71

    lifted95z71 1/2 ton status

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    i just installed a chevy 350 from a k5 in my cj7. its a car bed engine with an edlebrock 1406(?) 650 cfm carb. im running a standard holley red mechanical fuel pump. the jeep originally had a fuel filter with one inlet and 2 outlets. one for the carb the other for fuel return. the chevy fuel filter has only one inlet and outlet. the jeeps carb was a 360 cfm for the 258 inline 6. does the 350 need some sort of furl return line? if so houw would i hook one up?
     
  2. zakk

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    if it is an ELECTRICAL fuel pump (FYI: the Holley Red is Racing Apps, Holley Blue is Street, IIRC) you do.

    If it is mechanical (is on the engine block, passanger side lower-front) then no.
     

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