Fuel pressure regulator

Greeting from the bilge.

Last season after installing the new Edelbrock carb and the new Walbro electric fuel pump I realized that the pump was providing a very consistant 7 PSI which is absolute max input for the Edelbrock.

On cold startup this was enough pressure to push past the needle and seat, once warmed up enough for the choke to open up a bit it was fine but I knew that I needed to install a regulator.

So now I have a regulator and ready to install it I want to know what you think about where to install it, should it go between the pump and the spin-on filter or between the filter and the carb?

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  • Perfec! That's where I had planned on putting it but just wanted another opinion to see if that was proper.

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