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01-25-2017 10:35 AM
sadbuttrue999
Re: Correct eccentric

For reference, this other p/n appears to be the 2 piece. Again, if i'm wrong let me know
01-25-2017 10:34 AM
sadbuttrue999
Re: Correct eccentric

Hello all,

Informative thread, thanks. I'm trying to find a fuel pump eccentric.. builder has a billet timing set that will only accept the 1 piece eccentric, apparently. The main Ford P/N 302-6287-B is sold out everywhere for at least a month.

The local ford dealership said their reno distributor has the attached one in stock, which appears to be a 1 piece, near as I can tell. Can anyone confirm it'll work?

FYI the build is a roller 408 based off a late model 351w. Compcams 282XE. Not sure if the fuel pump shaft is steel or iron, i was told they wanted to use steel...
01-10-2016 11:45 PM
engineperforma
Re: Correct eccentric

You require 2 piece ecentric set

9-221D Cam button For 9-221 cover
01-10-2016 11:43 PM
engineperforma
Re: Correct eccentric

For more details you can check out here

9-221D Cam button For 9-221 cover
07-22-2015 04:43 PM
bparadiso
Re: Correct eccentric

M-6287-C is for a 7/16 cam bolt, you probably have a 3/8 cam bolt so you would need the M-6287-B
12-16-2012 04:23 PM
cmefly
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by Martin_T View Post
Probably a Holley or maybe a Carter, but not made the decision yet. What sort of pressure\GPH do I need to be looking at?

Martin
6-8 psi will be plenty for most applications. edelbrock has there performer rpm pump that might fit your needs. it has a 110 gph and will not need a regulator.
12-16-2012 03:24 PM
Martin_T
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by KULTULZ View Post
It is your call, but most likely the pump can be mounted in a fashion that will lessen vibration and not transfer noise.

What mech pump are you going with? CARTER HI-FLOW?
Probably a Holley or maybe a Carter, but not made the decision yet. What sort of pressure\GPH do I need to be looking at?

Martin
12-16-2012 02:09 PM
thekingofazle
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by Martin_T View Post
The main problem I would like to move to mechanical is that my current Carter electric pump on the Cobra is noisy as hell. I know when the engine gets going you can't hear it but when you turn the ignition on or at tick over, is sound like I have a sewing machine on drugs in the back!!!

Just a personal thing really.


Martin
Yeah, even dangling my Bosch pump from a string it's pretty loud, though with a carb you don't need near the pressure out of it, which can quiet it down considerably.

There's nothing wrong with a mechanical pump, they're no more 'old tech' than the carburetor you're running or the entire concept of the piston engine itself, and just fine for their designed usage.
12-15-2012 02:53 AM
KULTULZ
Re: Correct eccentric

It is your call, but most likely the pump can be mounted in a fashion that will lessen vibration and not transfer noise.

What mech pump are you going with? CARTER HI-FLOW?
12-15-2012 02:38 AM
Martin_T
Re: Correct eccentric

Quote:
Originally Posted by KULTULZ View Post
!!!mechanical fuel pumps suck!!!
The main problem I would like to move to mechanical is that my current Carter electric pump on the Cobra is noisy as hell. I know when the engine gets going you can't hear it but when you turn the ignition on or at tick over, is sound like I have a sewing machine on drugs in the back!!!

Just a personal thing really.


Martin
12-15-2012 02:22 AM
KULTULZ
Re: Correct eccentric

!!!mechanical fuel pumps suck!!!
12-14-2012 05:24 PM
Mroldfart2U
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by KULTULZ View Post
You're yelling again...

My forgetful self I forgot to use bold as emphasis instead of capitals... So sorry Kult..
12-14-2012 05:18 PM
KULTULZ
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by FEandGoingBroke View Post

you guy's are all wrong. He needs an electric fuel pump
I agree, especially with today's pump gas. Mechanical fuel pumps are old tech.
12-14-2012 07:57 AM
FEandGoingBroke
Re: Correct eccentric

you guy's are all wrong. He needs an electric fuel pump
12-14-2012 07:19 AM
PSIG
Re: Correct eccentric

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Originally Posted by Martin_T View Post
... I will buy the two piece eccentric, not sure where from.
A common source is a 'finishing kit' like already stated. Ones with the 2-piece eccentric include the Dura-Bond FKF-1 and the Comp Cams 235. Order anywhere you like - those are just examples.

David
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