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Old 02-12-2009, 10:45 AM   #1
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I wanted to know what fuel pump should I run with my 302 swap in my 86 ranger. Its carbureted, and wanted to know if any ones ran the Holley Truck Avenger carb?
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Old 02-12-2009, 11:14 AM   #2
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If you are working on previously FI truck, then you can just get a pressure regulator with a return line. Or you could take the tank pump out and get any ole electric pump or an inverted manual pump from a E-Van.



Yes there are some on here that run the avenger carb.
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Well i am trying to find a Truck Avenger carb but I can't find one for a 302 so wanted to know where is the best place to pick one up
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and personally i would recommend an edelbrock carb. i love how they run on my cars, easy to tune. and so easy to work on. but thats just my opinion
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If you aren't going to add a lot of engine mods the edelbrock is pretty decent, pretty much drop on, set the idle and done. If you add some go fast parts it will then plague you forever. The pump will depend on your engine requirements. A decent stock engine you can use the stock system with a proper return regulator or the econoline pump. If you are building a monster you will need a good electric pump and proper regulator.

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