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jensenracing77
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You are partly right. Not so much to prevent surge but to keep a continues forward motion of the fuel. I think this was on all cars with a return line in 62 and 63 but it could have been Jetfire only. I believe A/C cars would have had them but maybe not. It is called a fuel dome and needs to be pointed up so it don’t fill with fuel. On a normal system, the fuel will go, stop, go, stop, with the pulse of the diaphragm, this will absorb the forward motion and release it on the next “go”

I am not sure how effective it was but that is the reasoning behind it. Many of the pumps around 65 to the 80’s had the fuel dome built internal

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