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Old 09-24-2018, 08:16 AM   #21
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20180519_151648.jpg This is my Weber setup.
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Old 09-24-2018, 09:04 AM   #22
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Attachment 374869 This is my Weber setup.
Can you say "Over Carb'd"? But, great fun and lot's of bling...
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Old 09-24-2018, 09:08 PM   #23
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The engine has a Eubank cast nodular (ductile) iron model B balanced crank, in a Model A block. Model B cam, inserted bearings, pressurized oil on all bearings, Stipe/Specialty Cam Hi volume oil pump for A/B engine, 25 lb. aluminum flywheel, 1939 Ford transmission with a Borg Warner overdrive. The intake is what I donít know the manufacture of.
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Ronnie,

Looks like a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel line. Are you using the standard fuel tank or some other setup?

My wife is afraid of the standard tank up front so I was thinking of using a 32 tank in back with a fuel pump.

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Iím going to jump in here.....using a fuel pressure gauge on both engines. The Ď29 in the avatar has the stock tank and the roadster has a rear tank. The Ď32 tank is the prototype of the Pinto and we know how that turned out!
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Old 09-25-2018, 08:40 PM   #26
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The car is a 1929 Town Sedan. It has two fuel tanks. A custom 10 gallon in the rear and the stock 10 gallon in front. It has two fuel pumps one for each tank. I run 2.5 psi on the pressure gauge.
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