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MG MGB Technical Correct fuel pressure to carbs BBS discussion at MG-Cars.net
Anything less than 4psi and greater than 1. I used PTFE on the threads but still had to tighten them up really tight. Not sure what model it is. Sounds like an opportunnity to convert to threaded fuel link fitings with AN adaptors instead of the brass. Peter Baldwin the rolling road and A series guru recommended the pump and pressure regulator. Where are the threaded connections on the filter king, I thought they were push over type fittings However all threaded connections I have found require sealant of some sort I personally use PTFE, I bet someone criticises that! The rear carb runs richer than the front.
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But every time I check that they are tight I find I can get another flat on them. I've got a Facet Red-Top psi with the regulator 'set' to maximum which is 6psi. Thanks in advance for your replies Dave. What was in my mind was, that is often easier to rebuild the one, worn part, than it is to replace it with parts that need additional parts in order to work right, especially if they, then, introduce problems of their own regulators that don't hold a setting is one that I have heard others complain about in the past, or that leak is another, and that is what he's struggling with now.
MG Midget and Sprite Technical Fuel pressure regulator BBS discussion at MG-Cars.net
Description: Ignition on or off, engine running or not, makes very little difference to the fuel level in the filter except for a slight pulse as the pump clicks. Thanks for your help. If it is you are using tapered rather than straight fittings aren't you? This thread is from the archive. Regarding "if that becomes a problem",