I seem to have a bit of a challenge with my engine maintaining a good flow of fuel.
It's an older boat with a fuel cell in the bow. The engine is a 1976 Evinrude 70HP and has a brand new fuel pump on it. The fuel line is about 15', has a bulb up at the fuel cell, and a filter back near the engine. All connections seem quite tight. I'm usually able to prime the line, and the boat seems to run quite fine at high rpms. It's at idle and/or trolling when it seems to struggle to maintain fuel pressure. I thought that I should look for a possible solution that was electric; something that might replace the primer bulb (or supplement it) and maintain constant fuel line pressure while operating. I would appreciate anyone else experience or thoughts on this.

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