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MSD and Electric fuel pump

I have a 68 camaro that I am in the process of building. I have a new stock fuel tank in the stock location. I have a electric fuel pump and my dilemma is where to mount it. I was wondering if anyone out there has run into the problem and can give some in-site. Also I am in am wanting to mount my MSD box and coil under the dash inside the car ---- is there anyone out there that has done that that can give me some insite on that. Thanks

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I have a 68 camaro that I am in the process of building. I have a new stock fuel tank in the stock location. I have a electric fuel pump and my dilemma is where to mount it. I was wondering if anyone out there has run into the problem and can give some in-site. Also I am in am wanting to mount my MSD box and coil under the dash inside the car ---- is there anyone out there that has done that that can give me some insite on that. Thanks
Search the site more for better answers but in general the fuel pump goes lower than the gas tank and as far in the rear of the car as possible because the pumps "push" fuel

You can mount the MSD anywhere, they usually comes with at least 6 feet wires and require minor cooling (air). Since they are often under the hood they can stand heat anyway. I think the black and orange wires (depending on msd type) need to be away from any other computers or electrical in the car or theyre cause issues. Those have high volt pulses on them.
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