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  1. #21
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    I'll be running a NA Pontiac 535, which should make 700 or so at at the crank, so I'm thinking maybe 600 at the wheels. I originally planned to use pre-formed 3/8 lines with AN fittings, but I've been told over and over that I should go 8AN.



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    I thought the same thing, but had this conversation with Carl and he convinced me the 6AN would be enough for me. C6Z's are making these power levels on stock fuel lines and pumps. Using the factory 3/8 line is a good idea with the ends converted to AN.
    Contact Carl directly and see what he says. PM him and see if he can add to this thread. He knows his stuff!

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    Carl said 6AN would work, but no operational drawbacks to using 8AN. Iíll probably go with the latter since I already have 25í of 1/2 nicopp from FedHill on the way. He also said I could put the fuel pressure regulator in the 6 or 8AN sections, but there are 8AN fittings available so I wonít need to use 6AN at all except for the vent line.

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