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    Default High Flow Regulator?

    I have a customer that is forced to use a dead head regulator. I have never ever used one but know there are some now that flow well.

    Any recomendations? -8 in and only need 2 -8 out.
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    Holley 12-704.
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    1 or 2 with dual carb 700 HP gas?
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    Why not one of the race pumps regs?
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    Default race pump reg!

    Ron, I have the race pump dead head reg on my boat. # 8 to the reg with 30 psi, 2-#6 and one smaller(to the nos) at 10 psi. seems to work fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Holley 12-704.
    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    1 or 2 with dual carb 700 HP gas?
    The 12-704 is 1 in and 1 out reg and will easily flow twice your requirement. It will require some sort of tee arrangement for 2 dual feeds. The 12-707 is a 1 inlet (-10), 4 outlet(-6) all for o-ring AN fittingswith a black ano'd billet body. Its twice the money but easier to plumb and a little cleaner depending on the application; like 2 dual feeds.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Why not one of the race pumps regs?
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    Another excellant reg. and a decent price. with 1, -8 inlet and 2 -8 outlets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Why not one of the race pumps regs?
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    No reason. Why not the Holley?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    1 or 2 with dual carb 700 HP gas?
    GN already answered...but one os plenty. They make a two port, and a four port. I'd say if you're going to use a fuel manifold of some kind, use the two port, or plumb the four port directly to the carbs. They're bigger than you might think (both the same size basically)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    The 12-704 is 1 in and 2 out reg and will easily flow twice your requirement. It will require some sort of tee arrangement for 2 dual feeds. The 12-707 is a 1 inlet (-10), 4 outlet(-6) all for o-ring AN fittingswith a black ano'd billet body. Its twice the money but easier to plumb and a little cleaner depending on the application; like 2 dual feeds.



    Another excellant reg. and a decent price. with 1, -8 inlet and 2 -8 outlets.
    • Regulates from 4-1/2 to 9 PSI
    • One 1/2" NPT inlet and two 1/2" NPT outlet ports
    • .437" (7/16") restriction
    • Includes mounting hardware and AN style fittings
    • Alcohol compatible
    • AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE holley website info
      Price: $93.55
    • ................ holley website info, i have one & it works fine with the mallory fuel pump that i run .it has the bypass on the fuel pump@ 250gph,i run @ 925 hp -1050 hp
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo wog View Post
    • Regulates from 4-1/2 to 9 PSI
    • One 1/2" NPT inlet and two 1/2" NPT outlet ports
    • .437" (7/16") restriction
    • Includes mounting hardware and AN style fittings
    • Alcohol compatible
    • AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE holley website info
      Price: $93.55
    • ................ holley website info, i have one & it works fine with the mallory fuel pump that i run .it has the bypass on the fuel pump@ 250gph,i run @ 925 hp -1050 hp
    Your right! I stand corrected. Inlet in the bottom, 2 outlets on the side. Thank you for the correction Turbo.
    Bang for the buck, the best reg out there, and replacement parts are readily available. Rebuilt kit is 5.99.

    The reg is available from Summit for 90.00 and comes with the AN fitting for the in and outs
    Last edited by gn7; 01-25-2012 at 09:51 PM.
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