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Old 06-01-2010, 09:03 AM
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Electric Fuel Pump on 68 Camaro

I have a 68 Camaro in which I am about to install a electric fuel pump. The tank is in the original location. My question is where is the best location for the fuel pump. I know some of you Camaro guys out there has done this before. ---- Go to Curtis Thornton 68 camaro in projects journal and check it out

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Electric pumps are pushers not pullers so the closer to the tank the better. Also, it should be lower than the tank or level with the bottom. Gravity is your friend.
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