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Old 10-05-2010, 12:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel Filters for Inline Electrical Fuel Pump

On my last set up I ran an inline fuel filter before and after my pump (I believe itís a E2000 pump). I am not sure if they are both needed? Maybe they cause too much restriction?

Do you run both pre and post fuel pump filters? And if so, I am looking for part numbers if anyone has them.

This is for my TBI Chevy buggy.
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For efi run a 100 micron before pump, 10 micron after pump.

Tbi doesn't need as fine a filter, just run the 100.
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pre is to give the pump clean fluid, post is to collect the pump if it blows up saving the injectors.
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I am about to plum up my new fuel system for a tbi. I have a pair of those walbro sled pickups in tank. Would that suffice as a pre-filter for a e2000?
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I am about to plum up my new fuel system for a tbi. I have a pair of those walbro sled pickups in tank. Would that suffice as a pre-filter for a e2000?
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For efi run a 100 micron before pump, 10 micron after pump.

Tbi doesn't need as fine a filter, just run the 100.
Anybody have part numbers. Thanks for the info.
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