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apart from puttin in the regulator they just need setting up, i just did it to the best of my ability and it runs fine, i run a puma engine with cams and a full exhaust and can easyily out pace a honda s2000, im going to get mine properly set up and it should run around 170 bhp. hope all that helps and kinda makes sence!!
. I tapped in to the original fuel pump wiring with my low pressure pump which you need, i did this so if the car stalls then it will cut the pump which in my eyes is important. For the fuel feeds i swapped the inlet and return pipes over to save tapping a new line, carbs dont have a return you see where as efi sytems do. You swap the lines at the pump top, theres a red and a white one so you carnt get it wrong, you then put a new bit of pipe to lengthen the return pipe entry into the top of the tank. Right so what that means is you have the original fuel entry pipe so it maintains fuel filter but you swap it over at the pump top and add a longer pipe on to the fuel pipe return so the low pressure carb pump can get all of the fuel out the tank.
wellas much info as you could if you dont mind mate im realy keen on this idea beats payin 100's for ITB etc i take it ure not using any aftermarket magement heard an omex 200 is good for reducing the flat spots and that might be rong tho what carbs are they off??