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    NOVI Dual fuel supply

    osidebill, thanks for posting that. Good link

    Here is the pic of it




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    Is this a good fuel pressure gauge to use?

    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

    Thanks,
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    I have never seen that diagram, but i bet some people wished they had a long time ago.

    Good info by the way!

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    Is there a restrictor of some kind built into the carbs isn't?
    If so does it need to be taken/drilled out for the inline restrictor to work properly?

    -Jon

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    Yes, the stock carbs have restrictors built in.
    Some people drill them out and use a common restrictor for all 3 carbs in the return line.

    i.e.) Tap a brass fuel line barb on one end to accept a 80-110 main jet in the return line.

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    Do you have to drill them out? If so were are they located? Or can you just let them alone and install the restrictor in the return for the primer?

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    The links and pics from this post seem to be dead. I would like to add a restrictor in the fuel line.

    I dont know where to start. I am hoping someone saved them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    The links and pics from this post seem to be dead. I would like to add a restrictor in the fuel line.

    I dont know where to start. I am hoping someone saved them ?

    add the restrictor to the fuel return line,, add appropriate jets to acquire your designated pressure..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDH View Post
    add the restrictor to the fuel return line,, add appropriate jets to acquire your designated pressure..
    Is there anything that has to be drilled out ? I am guessing I should use a 105 jet ?

    It is like the one on the bottom of this page ?
    http://www.jet-world.com/partsacc_fuelsys.asp

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