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    Electric Fuel Pump

    Did a search on this and have found many different answers.
    What should I run for a stock 502 gen VI.
    Changing from mark IV 454 so I had mechanical.
    How are the Holley pumps?

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    Aeromotive gets my vote.

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    I use the Mallory comp 140 marine pump keeps my fuel pressure at 8psi on my blower motor

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    I'm running carb.

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    I just did the same thing (454 to 502) use holley blue w/ oil pressure safety switch.

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    Why blue over red.
    I think the Red would be enough, no??

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    I used the same comp.140 pump when I had the 502 carb. GEN.5

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    Mallory 110 or 140. I've had no problems with Mallorys at all.
    Be sure to use an oil pressure switch.
    Gary

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    I run the Mallory 140 with no problems , although the next time I would go with a Aeromotive or Weldon.
    Don't waste your time with the Holleys, in the race car day's I had nothing but problems with them. And if they worked they were noisey as hell.

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    Think i'll try a mallory 110.
    Almost went with a aeromotive but buy the time i'm done with the pump,regulator and a new filter, it's over $500 bucks.


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