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    any suggestions on a mech fuel pump for my 532 ci t-ram with 750 double pumpers.....im going mech....no more electric fuel pumps...had a small fire and it woulnt shut off,luckily i wasnt on the water and only some cooked wires...and abilge full of gas....argh no more electric fuel pumps thanx in advance mike

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    I'm all elec. right now but if I were you I would check into these :http://racepumps.com/StreetIndex.html

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    clay smith ?????? more info please

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    Clay smith all the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewtx19 View Post
    clay smith ?????? more info please
    Clay Smith Cams, Power pumper! They are bad a$$. www.claysmithcams.com 714 523-0530 Buena Park, Ca
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    wow impressive price ...will i need a return/bypass regulater or will it only pump according to rpm unlike elec where they go like mad ALL the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    I'm all elec. right now but if I were you I would check into these :http://racepumps.com/StreetIndex.html

    Had that one on my blown 540 and loved it!

    The rebuild kit is cheap and easy to do if it ever fails, plus its good to like 2500 HP!

    I think Hi Tech performance is a dealer for them now (417) 858-8616

    It fed my 540 with 1000 HP and never missed a beat, yes they are pricey but like anything worth getting you get waht you pay for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fonz69 View Post
    Had that one on my blown 540 and loved it!

    The rebuild kit is cheap and easy to do if it ever fails, plus its good to like 2500 HP!

    I think Hi Tech performance is a dealer for them now (417) 858-8616

    It fed my 540 with 1000 HP and never missed a beat, yes they are pricey but like anything worth getting you get waht you pay for
    X3, I love mine. Racepump all the way baby
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewtx19 View Post
    wow impressive price ...will i need a return/bypass regulater or will it only pump according to rpm unlike elec where they go like mad ALL the time?
    Yes you need a reg. They are awsome fuel pumps. Been running them for 20 yrs No problems ever. I got away from electric pumps just because what happened to you!! Saw a boat on fire. Pump kept pumping fuel on it. Not good! I will NEVER run an electric pump again ever. for the money you can't beat a Clay Smith pump!Buy one you will see it will be the last fuel pump you ever run period

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    all ready called clay,,,no answer,but monday is comin..lots of posative clay feedback that ive seen in the past ,,,mike im gonna go with the cs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewtx19 View Post
    all ready called clay,,,no answer,but monday is comin..lots of posative clay feedback that ive seen in the past ,,,mike im gonna go with the cs
    They are at the river this weekend! they are open Mon- thurs 9-6

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    No doubt the Clay Smith is a great pump for a river hot rod, which i presume is what your wanting, but when the hp goes way up and you need some serious fuel and need to stay pushrod, Racepump is King.
    Just my.02
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    No doubt the Clay Smith is a great pump for a river hot rod, which i presume is what your wanting, but when the hp goes way up and you need some serious fuel and need to stay pushrod, Racepump is King.
    Just my.02
    LMAO I doubt that! A true hp comparison would be very interesting. You can't beat them I seriously doubt a race pump is more efficient. Dollar for Dollar?? No way! just my .02

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