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Your best bet would be to use an in-line elecric fuel pump. I'm not sure if the one in the tank will work. Depends on the setup. The electric is a much better choice because it will flow better and will probably even free up a few ponies becase it is driven by elecricity not engine power. If you do decide to go with the mechanical go for a good Holley one. I saw a nice one at Lordco that I am considering for my car.

Hope I have helped.

Erik
 

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With an electric pump such as a Holley, you'll also need an adjustable regulator. If I am not mistaken, you mount the pump on the frame rail as close to the tank as possible. I am pretty sure the Holley is more of a "push" pump than a suction pump. Then again, the last Holley electric fuel pump install I did was 10 years ago......

~Chuck
 
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