Exactly what I meant.
I really don't see a problem with the deadhead style, I've seen a few cars plumbed like that, but I was advised not to to do it.
I can see the fuel getting pretty hot in the rails if the car is idling, but wouldn't be the case under a wot situation. I'm curious to what a real world result would be switching from a series/parallel design to a deadhead would be.
some know I've had problems with heat in my engine bay.
I'm thinking about trying this dead head type fuel system, subscribing for more info.
88 hatch 427 Dart FordStrokers,Tmoss ported SuperVic, Hi-Port 225's , Freezy custom cam, Pro-M engine management system with cnp,
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