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Thread: Fuel Pressure dropping after priming.

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    If you must or need to run two pumps in parallel, then bleed down time will be halved.
    And the chances of zero bleed time are doubled.
    Especially with aftermarket "Walbro" pumps, some of which have no return checks at all. Gary
    Regards, Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad.samaritan View Post
    I think what you're seeing is about normal. In my case I'm going from 43 psi while priming to -1 psi as soon as priming finishes, no slow bleed down at all.
    Thanks Mason. And good luck with your setup.

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