[TR] where to mount a fuel pump on a TR3?

John Young jeyou89 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 21:37:15 MDT 2017

I might point out that with an electric fuel pump, the pump will continue
if the engine stalls and the power to the pump
is still on. This could happen after a collision (not your fault, of
course) and you would be pumping gasoline  out the
float chamber(s) vents. I would suggest an acceleration activated switch
which would shut off the pump in an abrupt stop
as a safety precaution.


On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 7:45 PM, TeriAnn J. Wakeman <tjwakeman at gmail.com>

> For those of you who have mounted an electric fuel pump on a TR3A, where
> have you physically located the pump? I don't see a good location for one.
> Thanks,
> TeriAnn
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