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    I talked to a tech at pertronix I need part # 1281 I just ordered myself one

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    I talked to a tech at pertronix I need part # 1281 I just ordered myself one
    If you go to there web site and type 1281 in the Search box, it has a video on how to install a 1281.
    You can do the install with Disty mounted on the engine after you have ran it with the points in the distributor.

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    Cool ill have to check it out.

    I got my f. Pump today can anybody tell if its the 70 or 110 gph
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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    Cool ill have to check it out.

    I got my f. Pump today can anybody tell if its the 70 or 110 gph
    Can't tell by the P/N what it is. Did the guy you got it from know? I would go run the boat on the water with your Disty upgrade and plug wires fixed before I tackled installing a used electric fuel pump. Just a suggistion. You may have fixed your problems. The 5 1/2 psi may be enough to run that stock 460 up in the 50mph without cutting out.

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    He said he couldn't remember but anyway we tested it before I took it home it worked great.

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    I believe the holley blue marine is 70gph @9psi. You will need to run a line from the vent to the flame arrestor if its under a hatch.
    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HLY-712-802-1/
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    Quote Originally Posted by krusn56 View Post
    I believe the holley blue marine is 70gph @9psi. You will need to run a line from the vent to the flame arrestor if its under a hatch.
    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HLY-712-802-1/
    Ya I have a vent tube for it. How can you tell this is the 70 gph just wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    Ya I have a vent tube for it. How can you tell this is the 70 gph just wondering.
    The blue Holley label indicates it is a Holley "blue" pump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last Mohican View Post
    The blue Holley label indicates it is a Holley "blue" pump.
    Lol I know that.but thy sell 2 different kind. It doesn't matter I was just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    Lol I know that.but thy sell 2 different kind. It doesn't matter I was just curious
    There is only one Holley Blue (Well 2 counting auto & marine)

    Holley Red (Has Red on label) 67 GPH no regulator needed
    Holley 712-801-1 Holley Electric Fuel Pumps

    Holley Blue (Has blue on the label) 70 GPH regulator required
    Holley 712-802-1 Holley Electric Fuel Pumps

    Holley Black (Has black on the label) 120 GPH regulator required
    Holley 712-815-1 Holley Electric Fuel Pumps

    They all look the same externally. The label is how you identify them.

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    Theres a regular holley blue and then theres a marine holley blue with a vent. Almost all pumps vent except for carter electric. If its marine, its made to vent to carb and not just out the back or wherever to fill hatch with fumes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    Ya I have a vent tube for it. How can you tell this is the 70 gph just wondering.
    Quote Originally Posted by krusn56 View Post
    Theres a regular holley blue and then theres a marine holley blue with a vent.

    Yes. But the blue label is what identifies the pump as a Holley "Blue" 70 GPH. The vent identifies it as marine.

    BTW Corbin, That should be a good pump for that boat.

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    That's what I'm hoping for I'm excited to see what its gonna do on water after correct firing order, ignitor kit, and fuel pump. Gotta do better then 35mph.

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    Corbin, I think your confusing the ratings on fuel pumps, free flow and 72gph at 9psi. The Blue should be plenty.

    A few tips on electic fuel pumps: Mount it as low as possible. Electric fuel pump push fuel, not pull fuel unless its a Weldon. Use a 7.5 amp fuse if not using a relay kit. Wire into ignition so when key is off, pump is off. Be aware if engine dies with key still on, pump is still pumping. Set regulator at no more than 7psi.
    Not as simple and safe as a mechanical fuel pump.
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