Can you see the pickup line inside the tank? Perhaps it has rusted
pin-holes. If two or more pumps work OK, but pump more than they should
before delivering fuel to the carbs, the problem must be in the suction
On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 17:11:56 -0700 "Stuart MacMillan"
> Now I've got a pump cavitation problem. I've tried two other pumps,
> and now
> am using Moss's solid state pump that resists cavitation. It's
> pretty darn
> good, but not perfect. I hear a loud clicking when it cavitates,
> and it
> comes and goes. If it stays long enough the engine will die, but
> So, the only thing I'm left with is the tank. It is the original,
> so I
> can't complain I guess. But, if I remove the line, gas runs out of
> it no
> problem. The only thing I can figure is that rust or debris is
> clogging the
> pick up when the pump is pumping. But when I detach it from the
> carbs it
> seems to pump fine.
> Any other ideas? It looks like the only aftermarket tanks out there
> without baffles, and I don't like that idea.
> '65 Roadster
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