Originally Posted by RobbMc
New member here. I have been an engineer at Mallory and Erson Cams for 13 years. Recently I started a new company (RobbMc Performance Products) with an ex-Mallory engineer. We specialize in products for less popular (ok, less popular in the states) V8's.
We have recently started manufacturing and selling high volume mechanical fuel pumps for several less popular engines including the 351C/M/400 Ford.
I know this engine family is more popular in Australia than in the states so I would like to find a dealer in Australia. I know a few people at Rocket Industries because they carry Mallory products. I contacted them but they have shown little interest.
PS. I will try to check in on this forum a couple times a week. Please feel free to ask me questions about Mallory and Erson products either via a forum thread or by email. I designed many of the current Mallory and Erson products.
You really know how to warm the hearts and minds of Internet shoppers with:
"Taxes and shipping charges will be added to all orders." ...though, as your FAQ seems to indicate, that taxes are added only to Nevada recipients. You may want to clarify that where the previous sentence is used. Something like: "Shipping charges will be added to all orders. Nevada residents add 7% sales tax to net order."
Also, you may want to consider using "guage" instead of "gage" in your narratives concerning fuel pressure gauges. Gage is most often a transitive verb and guage is most often a noun. Though technically correct--in the same manner that "pretty" also means "very" these days--the preferred usage is guage.
I'd probably try contacting Terry Parker. He makes the Funnelweb inlet manifolds. He may be interested. He's going to be talking to people about fuel system-related components anyway when they contact him. It may be a worthwhile collaborative marketing opportunity.
I'd be interested in a 110 fuel pump, but at $200 I think that I'll just have to stay interested. I bought a Carter 23 gph pump that is supplemented by an electric in my 1960 F100 (sitting atop of a '72 Ranchero chassis). My 4V 351C engine only makes about 420 HP.
It would be nice to have a 220 on my Cleveland powered dragster, but I don't have a fuel pump eccentric on the snout of the cam...but, it would be a lot easier to install that way!