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Troutman

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im curious to know if any is using a Holley AFPR? i am currently running a regulator similar to this one with bradided lines and hose clamps.

http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?categorycode=3339P&mfrcode=SCT&mfrpartnumber=2517

i wanted to upgrade to something a little more accurate, reliable, and not as easy to adjust (somebody at a car show adjsuting it to 1.5 lbs, and the hiway = not good).

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=HLY%2D12%2D804&N=700+400178+115&autoview=sku

im currently running 3 40dcoe webers on an 83 L28 in a 240. any thoughts etc.. would be appreciated

Thanks

Todd

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Todd, I have the Holly as on the Summit page in my 510. It has 2 outlets and I pluged one to run a single circut to my dual 45 mm Webers DCOE's on my 510. It adjust fine and locks down tight. No one will be fiddleing with your pressure reg without a wrench and allen key. You need a gauge to set it up. A 0~15 is good. I bought mine at my local hardware store for a whole $6.95!

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Todd, I have the Holly as on the Summit page in my 510. It has 2 outlets and I pluged one to run a single circut to my dual 45 mm Webers DCOE's on my 510. It adjust fine and locks down tight. No one will be fiddleing with your pressure reg without a wrench and allen key. You need a gauge to set it up. A 0~15 is good. I bought mine at my local hardware store for a whole $6.95!

thanks for the reply. i am currently running a single circuit as well. i have an autometer 0~15psi 1.5" dia gauge that i plan on using in the one outlet.. my buddy is running the same regulator/guage in this 31 roadster and its working fine. i just need to determine if i want to leave the fuel line in the current location or re-route it along the back of the engine

-Todd

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