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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by Ca-ma-ro, May 2, 2009.
Seeing how I'm in the fuel tank stage, bumping this up...great thread
Ewwwww.........now this is interesting.
So now I have 2 options instead of buying a new tank and sending it out.
I'm going to PM a Moderator to Sticky this thread.
This definitely needs to be stickied. cause this is something I could do when I drop an L67 into a 2nd gen
Any updates on how/if this is running with the new tank?
how are the fuel pump electrical connectors holding up?
Thought I would add this to the thread. I spent way too much time looking for a suitable alternative to using grommets. I just ordered this (from canada) with the Walboro connector, $65 shipped.
Thanks for sharing. I am going to buy it to.
I installed the FAST EZ-EFI in my car this past winter and did not change or modify my tank. When I installed the tank about a year ago, I did install a McRobb billet fuel sender with both a feed and return line input. While running carburetion, I simply plugged the return line input.
During the fuel injection install, I hooked up my existing fuel line to the return side of the sender and ran a new line for the feed line to the frame mounted fuel pump. I have had absolutely no fuel feed issues. And I have run the tank down below 1/4 just to see what would happen.
Here is a link to the fuel injection install.
I finished my LS1 install last week and used the same fuel sytem described above. Absolutely no issues. I ran the tank down to below a quarter tank again just to see what would happen and it still worked fine.
A couple of concerns;
Do you think the vibration of the fuel pump would eventually make the solder holding the tube to the sending unit break?
And is the electrical connector for the fuel pump completely submersed in gas? That would make me a little uneasy