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    I have an enderle injection bug catcher that I'd like to put on my 468BBC blown 6-71. The problem is I have nowhere to put the inj return line in my fuel tanks [side mounted]. Question: Can I "T" into the fuel pump feed line from the tanks so I don't have to remove my tanks and have bungs welded in them? Or any other ideas. Pat

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    Your going to need a seperate tank (3-5 Gal) in front of your motor and above the fuel pump ,(preferably), and a -12 min. feed line from tank to the pump and your returns can go into that remote tank also. Then you can feed the small tank with your side tanks and an electric pump, & some sort of ck. shut off valve, so as not to overflow your remote tank but keep it full at all times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Performance Boats View Post
    I have an enderle injection bug catcher that I'd like to put on my 468BBC blown 6-71. The problem is I have nowhere to put the inj return line in my fuel tanks [side mounted]. Question: Can I "T" into the fuel pump feed line from the tanks so I don't have to remove my tanks and have bungs welded in them? Or any other ideas. Pat
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    Quote Originally Posted by blownjet13 View Post
    Your going to need a seperate tank (3-5 Gal) in front of your motor and above the fuel pump ,(preferably), and a -12 min. feed line from tank to the pump and your returns can go into that remote tank also. Then you can feed the small tank with your side tanks and an electric pump, & some sort of ck. shut off valve, so as not to overflow your remote tank but keep it full at all times.
    Good luck Jay

    I don't think he's using a mechanical pump.

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    Whatever way you go pat, you will never keep up with Rod....... Yes i said it!!!

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    http://www.goodvibesracing.com/inlet_loop_lines.htm

    Pat, this should do the trick for you. I do recomend utilizing Ralph Gorrs services to get you on the right track. He is in Havasu now from what I hear. Blown injected is the way to go as far as I am concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    Whatever way you go pat, you will never keep up with Rod....... Yes i said it!!!
    Tim, Rod has more money than me BUT old age and treachery usually wins out in the end!!!!! Besides I tune his boat for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    yes you can, call Ralph or Spike Gorr in Havasu ... they'll get you going in the right direction (928) 855-8800
    Thanks Brian. Pat

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    I don't know how much room there is on your side tank fuel fills but you might be able to add a very short piece of pipe in the fill that has a bung on it for fuel return, just a thought.

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    If your side tanks have vent lines (most don't) you can have a fitting made with a dip tube that goes down the tank and leaves the vent functional, seen it done and worked slick..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Performance Boats View Post
    I have an enderle injection bug catcher that I'd like to put on my 468BBC blown 6-71. The problem is I have nowhere to put the inj return line in my fuel tanks [side mounted]. Question: Can I "T" into the fuel pump feed line from the tanks so I don't have to remove my tanks and have bungs welded in them? Or any other ideas. Pat
    IT'S A COMMON DEALIO, CALLED A ALL RETURN SYSTEM, GORR, ENDERLE, MAKE A NICE HARD LINE VERSION
    YOU RUN ALL RETURNS INCLUDING FUEL SHUTOFF BACK TO INLET SIDE OF PUMP, I JUST MODIFY A FITTING AND MAKE MY OWN

    make sure you have no leaks, it will pull air into the pump (very bad)!!!!
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    Buttercup, iff'n you plunk that on there it's gonna be SICK!!!! Can't wait to see it run in person.

    Hope you're feeling better........john

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARMER JOHN View Post
    IT'S A COMMON DEALIO, CALLED A ALL RETURN SYSTEM, GORR, ENDERLE, MAKE A NICE HARD LINE VERSION
    YOU RUN ALL RETURNS INCLUDING FUEL SHUTOFF BACK TO INLET SIDE OF PUMP, I JUST MODIFY A FITTING AND MAKE MY OWN

    make sure you have no leaks, it will pull air into the pump (very bad)!!!!

    That was the link I posted up John. They have the double returns available at Good Vibrations Racing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    I don't think he's using a mechanical pump.
    Thats the only pump you can use With a constant flow fuel Injection system. unless your going electronic and using the Bird Catcher for a Throtle Body only. The Returns are not the problem you can return fuel back to the inlet side of the pump. Feeding the pump is, it will not suck through a syphon 3/8 line from your saddle tanks. Takes a 3/4-1" line gravity fed from a fuel tank that is above the pump.

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