Fuel system design questions
Right now I'm running a Holley carb and in the future I'd like to change to a FiTech TB system (or something similar). Since my current Mighty Mite fuel pump is having trouble fueling my relatively stock 302, I figured I'd start on the fuel system first.
I have a Walbro in-tank pump I'm setting up now. I got this Aeromotive regulator that is capable of feeding carb or EFI psi's.
My question is on the plumbing. The easiest thing I can think to do is put the regulator back by the tank and run one 3/8" line up front in the factory location. A quick return line to the tank and it's done.
Or, should I run the regulator up front and have a send and return line front to back? Advantages? Disadvantages?
In the future, I might want to strap a 7.3l turbo on this engine, like they did on Roadkill, since I have one of those turbos in my parts shed. That's why I'm doing EFI next, to help me tune it.
1966 Mustang 302ci 4r70w, csrp front discs, 8.8 rear, EPAS, Fitech for fuel