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im trying to come up with an idea for a intank fuel system for my 1980 camaro. i bought a crate engine from edlebrock and was going to use a external pump. no place to mount. we have an idea to use my (new stock) tank and a new sending unit from an 88 celebrity. since the holes are different we are wondering if cutting a new celebrity tank opening and fabricating it to my tank is a do-able.or sum such idea. thank you

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im trying to come up with an idea for a intank fuel system for my 1980 camaro. i bought a crate engine from edlebrock and was going to use a external pump. no place to mount. we have an idea to use my (new stock) tank and a new sending unit from an 88 celebrity. since the holes are different we are wondering if cutting a new celebrity tank opening and fabricating it to my tank is a do-able.or sum such idea. thank you
Is there a good reason not to use an inline electric fuel pump? All the OEM in-tank pumps are going to have high pressure and not much volume.
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