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  1. #1
    My Boats:
    1969 Cigarette 28
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    Aug 2007
    Midway City, CA

    1969 Cigarette 28

    My name is Phil Zisakis, I am sort of new. I have spent a little time looking for a project and ended up with the Cig discussed in this thread: A true classic on ebay

    I removed all the carpet and glue from the floor and pulled the fuel tanks out. I have pressure tested them and was getting ready to reinstall. I was considering adding 1/2" fuel pickups and leaving the existing 3/8" for future return lines. I did a little research on the sight and it seems like I will be fine just leaving the 3/8" pickups. It has mild twin small blocks, later I will put in some hotter small blocks, maybe injected, but never big blocks.

    Anybody starving thier fuelpump with 3/8" pickups running small blocks under 700HP? Your thoughts on the subject would be appreciated.

    Phil Zisakis

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    My Boats:
    38 Fountain Fever with #4's, ok so it really 35
    Join Date
    May 2006
    In a box, s. side of chi town
    If you have them out and are going to put bigger motors in later it never hurts to increase your pick-up tubes diameter.

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