Re: Electric Fuel Pump Selection
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Re: Electric Fuel Pump Selection



you can buy rubber grommets in the help section of most parts stores.
Those grommets , installed correctly, really quieten it down.
Most of the vibration is transferred via the mounting bolts/bracket.
The grommets isolate the bolts from the bracket.

On 7/12/18, dennis.1963ply <dennis.1963ply@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I've been looking on the Internet for basic information on sizing an
> electric fuel pump and hopefully one that does not drive me crazy with the
> noise.  If anyone has any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated.  So
> far I have not found much usable information.
>
> This is not 62 to 65 Mopar however the information will be appreciated when
>
> I do the fuel system on my 383 and 318 Poly later.
>
> This is for a 1968 Dodge D200 truck with a 383.  The current fuel system is
>
> a mess with both the behind the seat fuel tank and a second one in the
> frame tied together without a valve.  The fuel pump is a very loud electric
>
> mounted below the cab floor.
>
> I have the parts I need to separate the tanks with an electric valve.  I
> want to purchase a new fuel pump that will support the stock 383 and locate
>
> it in a better location.
>
> BIG Question
>
> What size pump in gallons per hour do I really need?  One calculator said
> 30 gph will support 350 hp?
>
> I don't think a return system is practical with 2 tanks, I don't want to
> oversize the pump too much.
>
> Any thoughts on a pump that will not drive me crazy with the noise.
>
> Thanks
> Dennis C.
>
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