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Fuel system 392 Hemi question

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I am building the Hemi from the Revell '41 Willys and trying to get some basic detail - I can't figure out where the fuel pump is or where the fuel comes from. I would like to run the fuel from a Moon tank to the blower - google searches have been in vain (about an hour looking at "392 Hemi" hasn't shown where the fuel comes from).

From what I can tell, the model engine has a water pump on it - so can I run a front mounted pump off that? Where does the fuel come from? I see lines going of the back of the engine.

Any help is much appreciated.

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Yes, on one of my Willys builds I used a front mounted pump connected to the water pump. From the pump I ran a line to a fuel block in front of the injectors and then a seperate line to the side of each injector. I hope this helps.

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The fuel injection pump is driven from the front cover on most blown applications. It's the thing with the fittings and hoses all over it below the blower-belt idler pulley. Fuel comes from a Moon tank, to the pump, up to the injector, back to the tank.

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Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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