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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Mar 22nd, 19, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Sniper EFI / Tank setup

Within the next few weeks i am looking to purchase a Sniper EFI kit. Currently thinking about whether I should go with the master kit or the standard kit.

My understanding is that the master kit negates the need for a new tank...?

My future plans also include a nitrous plate system. So, I am wondering if I should maybe just put a sump on my original tank being that I will then need 3 fuel ports? EFI feed, EFI return, N20 feed?

Thoughts?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Mar 25th, 19, 05:47 AM
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Re: Sniper EFI / Tank setup

I used the Tanks Inc kit with the cutout corners (helps for mini-tubs). Saves a bunch of time. Matt's Classic gets the setup for a great price. Also has the benefit of being an in tank pump. Cooler and quieter.

1967-68 Notched Corner Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird Fuel Tank - For Fuel Injection

This is the setup in my 69: https://www.camaros.net/forums/133-b...post1783095381

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I went with the Holley in tank pump for the 1 gen Camaro with a stock tank. I liked that it had a built in regulator so no need for a return line to be run back.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 14th, 19, 07:03 PM
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Re: Sniper EFI / Tank setup

I recently purchased a hyperfuel 440 set up for my 69. It comes with the tanks inc. tank. Pretty nice but I will require a return. I am still waiting on parts to complete it but I will have the 4500 sniper stealth with 250 dry nitrous.
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Within the next few weeks i am looking to purchase a Sniper EFI kit. Currently thinking about whether I should go with the master kit or the standard kit.

My understanding is that the master kit negates the need for a new tank...?

My future plans also include a nitrous plate system. So, I am wondering if I should maybe just put a sump on my original tank being that I will then need 3 fuel ports? EFI feed, EFI return, N20 feed?

Thoughts?

Mike
How much power is your combination going to make... Id just use one big pump and be done with it. Check out the HyperFuel 440 deal..
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Re: Sniper EFI / Tank setup

Mike, we can help you out with the full system and discuss the benefits of each.

Feel free to send me a PM and we can go over it.
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