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I've read that the fuel line in the w126 is insufficient and can cause insufficient flow and fuel vaporization.

I believe I've deduced a solution, pressurize the line.

I bought a mr gasket 105 gph pump capable of 14 psi with a regulator 4-14 psi. I also ordered the neccesary fittings, hoses and clamps. I'll pull a relay and some wiring from a car in the junkyard and keep you folks updated.
 

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I've read that the fuel line in the w126 is insufficient and can cause insufficient flow and fuel vaporization.

I believe I've deduced a solution, pressurize the line.

I bought a mr gasket 105 gph pump capable of 14 psi with a regulator 4-14 psi. I also ordered the neccesary fittings, hoses and clamps. I'll pull a relay and some wiring from a car in the junkyard and keep you folks updated.
Guys have made 500hp with the 606 on stock lines and filter. So you should be ok.

I think you need a fuel pressure regulator for the higher rpm range though, if you have a superpump anyway.

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