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Thread: 4160 double pumper 750, does it need plugs?

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    Default 4160 double pumper 750, does it need plugs?

    Hi. I'm installing a new 750 double pumper. On the passenger side of the bowl, I've fitted an AN fuel kit so it's all connected. But on the driver side it seems like the outlets from the Bowls are open? You could see all the way in. I looked inside and there's no thread at all to put in plugs. Should I leave or have should it be? Regards, Rob

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    Join Date
    Nov 2014
    Ont. Canada


    If they're not threaded, you do not need a plug.

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    Great, thanks. :-)

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    Jan 2010
    Brisbane, Australia


    Most double pumpers have dual metering blocks, and if yours does, it is a 4150.
    A 4160 has a metering plate for the secondary side, not visible with the bowl installed.
    Regards, Gary

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