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roadrunner70
    
Replaced fuel tank and now having fuel dump out filler on acceleration. What is the cause?
original tank had only 1 vent new tank has 4. What do I do w/other vents?
posted: September 7, 2011
 
    
 
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honkers
    
There is a discussion at the following forum that might help you
forums.corral.net/forums/5-0-5-8-engine-tech/1091979-holley-650-double-pumper-rebuild-issue-float-bowls-spilling-fuel-out-vents.html
posted:  September 7, 2011
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xavierw67
    
What kind of car is it?
posted:  September 7, 2011
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spudder
    
I would say that the cap used may be bad? Is the fuel coming directly out of the filler neck or the vents?
posted:  September 7, 2011
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