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Old 06-14-2018, 10:58 AM   #23
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Re: '89 K1500 engine replacement help

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If you use the electric pump that is in the tank the fuel pressure will be so high the carburetor won't hold it back unless you use a fuel pressure regulator.

You do not have to drop the tank. I know of several people that used a mechanical pump and it was able to draw fuel through the pump in the tank without the tank pump having power to it.
We are using a fuel regulator. That would be great if we didn't have to drop tank. I know someone else mentioned that at high speed/volume that the old pump would restrict the flow.... good to here that it shouldn't be a problem

How would you suggest the best way to deactivate the existing pump? It don't see a fuse and hate to just cut the wire...

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