Re: So Here's a good story!
Found out and I learned this the hard way, that having any fuel filter BEFORE the fuel pump spells bad news bears. And I honestly don't know the difference between ford or GM fuel filters.
But this was my problem it was sucking way to hard and crimped it off, while after the fuel pump it pushes the fuel through the filter. Makes sense lol
Hey Kfactor90, I've had a inline filter (actually the same one,oop's) before My fuel pump for almost 20 years! My car run's TIT's! My Nephew's Torino however has a fuel tank full of rust. SEE PICTURE. He's got a replacement tank on the way. Wtf would you want to suck that crap into your fuel pump effectively killing it? If your mechanical pump is healthy it will draw 10-14" of vacuum which is more than enough to draw threw an inline filter. If your going to stick with a mechanical pump which is just fine get a Marine or Police interceptor pump! These pump's put out 9-11psi @ the carb & draw +12" in of vacuum. My 428 tri power 64 XL with a/c has never vapor locked or starved for fuel here in Redding where it has been 115-117* for weeks. BTW if that Ebrock is a 650 cfm you need a bigger carb,or more of them! That motor has intake ports the size of sewer pipes!..............T