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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by spav350, Feb 25, 2012.
My install of the Spectra tank in a later 2nd gen is now in the Sticky above.
So what are you thoughts on that tank and pump set up? Any issues like others have had, regarding loss of power when cornering or when level is below 1/2 full?
Im running the FAST EZ EFI on my 72 with the external pump, and although i havent had any issues,YET, I think Im going to weld a CE sump to my stock tank with a baffle to help the system work better.
If I am thinking right , I should be able to use the factory pick-up for my return line. That would move the return surge far enough away from the sump area.
i will have to most likely build a bracket for the fuel pump to get it low enough, but short of a dedicated EFI tank, I think thats a good way to eliminate fuel starvation. I figure I can do the whole project for 100.00, but my brother in law is a welder. Figure another 60 bucks or so if you have to farm that out.
I made a small baffle to go in my 76 tank and used the in tank pump. I have had zero trouble with mine and have ran mine down very low on fuel. Unless your doing your best drifting moves, I don't think you would have any issues.
I used the Corvette regulator/filter assembly and my return dumps in on the pump base thru the old tank pick-up line.
Yes, get rid it it.
Just unplug and remove everything related to emmisions and reprogram the ECM? Is that it?
Only thing you really need are the front o2 sensors, but the rear sensors, the egr etc can all be removed and turned off in the computer via a tun
That's for emissions mind you, for the remainder of the engine, you need the map sensor, knock sensors, cam sensors etc.
Just didn't want ya not hooking anything up and trying to run it
I knew all those had to be hooked up.. I was asking about the EGR and other related B.S.