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Originally Posted by lbreen View Post
I will find out tonite about the dizzy. You would have to put the regulator just after the pump to bring down the press from 7 to 3. Right? Now it sits feeding the return line. Being feed from the line between the pump and the carbs. Time to re-plumb! Thanks, I'll get back. Lar
Most people install the fuel pump up front and the regulator in the engine compartment, then tee to both carbs with no return line.

Look inside the carb throats for a number on the top of the primary venturis, just below the secondary venturi outer ring. Best # to find will be 32. Any bigger will hurt performance of a stock 2L.

I bet your fuel mileage goes up quite a bit when you get the pressure down to 2.5 psi at the carbs.
When you did the rebuild did you carefully set the float tangs for open and closed dimensions per the instructions?

If you want a real good distributor get a Mallory Unilite.
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