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05-21-2006 11:57 AM
Gas Tank 1970 Chevy Camero

Hello Everybody!


On the 1970 Chevy Camero I have a total of four outlets from the gas tank,
5/8 line from the sending unit to the manuel gas pump on a stock 350 and the other 3 lines going to the filter on the top of the tank and from the filter one 3/8 line to the evaporator canistar to the front, because I am putting the LT1-Can I use the five 5/8 from the sending unit to the electric fuel pump to the LT1 feed line?
Can I use the 3/8 line as a return line by cutting it by the tank and hooking it up to one of the outlets ?
If I can what should I do with the other two outlets?
Do I have to have a bleed or evaporator to this tank?
If I do can I leave the other two lines going to the filter on top of the tank as a evaporator or bleeder?
Thanks for help in advance,

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