Once you get it pulling it should siphon out of the tank and down to the line and feed itself pretty well, really.
I removed the intank pump, and the main pump was also taken out, I re-routed lines for a more straght shot to the front of the car. I think most of the problem was the front end on jack stands and my battery is a tad weak. Once I dopped the car back on the floor I was getting a steady 3.5 lbs with a lot less pump noise. I think once the battery is fully charged it will be fine.
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Anyone have any ideas as to why I can't get my motor to pull fuel in on it's own? Running r1 carbs and a Carter 4070, I have the pump ground to the block and getting 12v I have it wired in by it self to a on/off switch. Fpr is showing a steady 4psi, but the only way I can get it running is to dump fuel into the carbs and once that burns off it quits.
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