Tanks Inc Fuel Tank, Pump and Sending Unit. Approx $550 shipped
This is for the LS3 swap project I'm doing but is also good for any EFI system.
I have the same set up in my LS7 69 and have been very happy with it. It looks great, performs very well and is not crazy expensive to do.
The Tank has a baffled sump. Also shown is the pump and sending unit. Pump is a 255 Walbro
The 1st thing I do is mark the fittings on the fuel pump.
Next is to assemble the Fuel Pump assembly. Basically you shorten the supply and return tubes based on the chart in the instruction. This is based on the depth of the tank. One hose clamp and 2 cable straps. Put the sock on the bottom and you're done.
Drop the pump into the tank (with the rubber gasket) and snug it up.
Next. Assemble the Fuel Sending Unit. This is a universal 0/90 ohm sender so you will need to adjust it to fit based on the depth of the tank. Again you have good instructions.
Adjust the total height of the sending unit, adjust the rod length on the float. You will discard the lower piece and shorten the upper. On a 69 Camaro tank the adjustment slot does not go high enough to get a screw in. I simple put the screw in the lower hole then drilled a hole in the bracket for the upper screw. Install the float and adjsut the rod to the specified length and cut off the excess.
I like to test for empty and fuel reading before I bolt it in. Could save dropping the tank again.
Bolt it in and you're good. The one thing they don't tell you is the bolt pattern on the sender only allows it to go in one way. Loosen the 13mm nut on top and turn the mounting plate so that when the sender is installed the float is oriented towards the passenger side and the float rod is parallel to the front of the tank.
This is the Corvette C5 Fuel Filter/Pressure Regulator I like to use. It cost less then $40 and you can pick one up at your local parts house. Used on thousands of C5 Vettes for years. It will be mounted close to the tank. You then have 1 supply line to the fuel rail and a short return line.
3/8 line from the supply fitting on the tank. 3/8 line out to the fuel rail. and a 5/16 line that returns excess pressure to the tank.
The fittings shown attach to the fuel filter and give you 6AN. You can used 3/8 fuel line of your choice to run to the tank and fuel rails.
The fittings are cool 2 piece that push on and are secured with the U-nut. so you don't have to use any fuel line tools. Russell makes these.
I use the Braided Nylon lines but you can use 3/8 line you want.
The vent line will go to the rollover valve mount under the car above the full level of the tank.