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    I have a enderle a80 fuel pump set up , can or what do i need to run this pump with a dom 1050 carb, I cant find any info on line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VettDude View Post
    I have a enderle a80 fuel pump set up , can or what do i need to run this pump with a dom 1050 carb, I cant find any info on line?
    no you can not it's a #1 alky mechanical injecter pump wrong aplication
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    If you actually know something that would help that guy why not share your knowledge and experience? Like too much fuel for a carb set up? Not even if a return style regulato is used? Just a little more than your "no" I'm sure would be appreciated by those of us less knowledgeable out here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desperado View Post
    If you actually know something that would help that guy why not share your knowledge and experience? Like too much fuel for a carb set up? Not even if a return style regulato is used? Just a little more than your "no" I'm sure would be appreciated by those of us less knowledgeable out here.
    OK I fixed it is that better or do you want more information like install 8 injectors and a barrel valve and use the carb base for a throttle body hows that??
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    Cool. Great info. I have personally no experience with fuel injection and find the info you gave really helpful as opposed to your original "no". Thanks for taking the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VettDude View Post
    I have a enderle a80 fuel pump set up , can or what do i need to run this pump with a dom 1050 carb, I cant find any info on line?
    The pump will work, contact farmer john. He runs an 80a with his carb setup. You will need to just return the fuel you dont use, yes its a big pump for a 1050 but you can make it work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliminator#1 View Post
    The pump will work, contact farmer john. He runs an 80a with his carb setup. You will need to just return the fuel you dont use, yes its a big pump for a 1050 but you can make it work.
    thats insane..for a single 1050 carb. I would love to see that one...return like 90 percent of the fuel??? thats real smart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimclauss View Post
    thats insane..for a single 1050 carb. I would love to see that one...return like 90 percent of the fuel??? thats real smart.
    Insane? guess i'll take that, i'm running the enderly pump on 3 of my own motors and like them, on a high performance app. i just use a 7# bypass popoff valve inline and you would be suprised, it dosen't really bypass that much more fuel than the mechanical injection does.
    If your running a gen 5 or 6 block that doesent have a fuel pump boss then it's a good way to go, did i mention how much i hate electric fuel pumps.
    I will take some pictures of them tomorrow, and BTW there are quite a few of us using them with good results,
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    I have a 565 BBC 850hp engine and im also not a fan of electric fuel pumps. Also i have no charging system. I have the enderle pump and injection off my blower motor just sitting. The new electric pumps are crazy priced, magnaflow 500 system $900.
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    The downside to this setup is you have to run a surge tank to have the fuel higher or the same level as the pump, it will not pull up from a side tank!
    The brass check valve in the center of the first picture is the 7# pressure popoff, in the last pic is a different pump but the same volume, you could belt drive it and mount it lower
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    An 80a-1 is a gas pump. It is used on mild blown alcohol. It pumps 7 gpm.

    To feed a single dominator you could use a mechanical pump like a Clay Smith and have more volume
    than you would ever need.
    You could also use one of the less expensive electric pumps and not use a regulator....but a 7 psi bypass
    valve instead. In this way you don't lose the flow that you lose with a regulator.
    For example a 110 GPH Holley pump.....does this free flow. But through a regulator it loses half of it's delivery
    due to restriction. So you end up with 55 gph at the carb. But by not using a regulator and using a bypass
    valve you get real close to the 110GPH.
    That ought to be enough...but there are even larger pumps out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FARMER JOHN View Post
    The downside to this setup is you have to run a surge tank to have the fuel higher or the same level as the pump, it will not pull up from a side tank!
    The brass check valve in the center of the first picture is the 7# pressure popoff, in the last pic is a different pump but the same volume, you could belt drive it and mount it lower
    That's an awful purdy shade of grey on that motor you have there!

    Just because you, I , and at least 4 other people I have known, raced with, etc... have used an enderle pump in this manner without any issues, does not mean that it will work. Jesus... this is the internet... where nothing out of the ordinary is possible because there is always at least one person to confirm that you are wrong.



    Another way to go that would facilitate the ability to use a side tank is to belt drive the pump and mount it lower than the motor. They do not pull very well... but if you have gravity working on your side, the enderle pump works great in a carb application and will meet the demands of pretty much any carb motor could ask for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by six-oh-nine View Post
    That's an awful purdy shade of grey on that motor you have there!

    Just because you, I , and at least 4 other people I have known, raced with, etc... have used an enderle pump in this manner without any issues, does not mean that it will work. Jesus... this is the internet... where nothing out of the ordinary is possible because there is always at least one person to confirm that you are wrong.



    Another way to go that would facilitate the ability to use a side tank is to belt drive the pump and mount it lower than the motor. They do not pull very well... but if you have gravity working on your side, the enderle pump works great in a carb application and will meet the demands of pretty much any carb motor could ask for.
    O i have pulled up from a belly tank before with a cam driven pump by using a check valve inline, but if the tank was low you were never sure it would start, and a good way to gall a pump, and this can be done without a bowler hat
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    It all works, just need to do a few work arounds to get it stable for the carbs. Waterman, Weldon and AEROMOTIVE make some neat products as well. Sounds like you got it sorted out👍


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