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Boost Pump Location

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Aug 18, 2006
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I'm welding in the mounts for my boost pump (fuel injected) and need to know if I'm on the right track. I'm mounting the boost pump behind the firewall and the gascolator in front of the firewall. So my fuel line will go:
*From the tank to the selector valve
*Through the firewall to the gascolator
*Back through the firewall to the boost pump
*Through the firewall again to the engine fuel pump. That's 3 penetrations of the firewall. Does this sound correct?


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