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Post Anyone tried this Holley product yet?

I found this on another board and didn't know if anyone had tried it for an EFI swap, the Holley 12-130 in-tank pump assembly.

https://www.holley.com/products/fuel...e/parts/12-130



Looks fairly easily to retrofit into one of our tanks but not sure of the required 1.25" of height required for the top of the tank. Might give those another fuel pump option.

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Re: Anyone tried this Holley product yet?

Chris. This system, the same as the aeromotive will not fit unless you cut a hole in/or modify the trunk pan. If you ut a hole then this then puts the fuel lines in the trunk and you would need to route them down out of the trunk
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Re: Anyone tried this Holley product yet?

I put one of these Detroit Speed fuel pump access panels in all my EFI cars. It might give you the height you need if you install it on the inside. If you don't want to weld it in panel adhesive works well, just use a little tape to keep the adhesive out of the holes.

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I put one of these Detroit Speed fuel pump access panels in all my EFI cars. It might give you the height you need if you install it on the inside. If you don't want to weld it in panel adhesive works well, just use a little tape to keep the adhesive out of the holes.

Detroit Speed, Inc. - Fuel System - Fuel Pump Access Door Kit

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I like the DSE Access Door. The Holley pump sticks up 1 1/4" from the top of the tank. 1 Gen Tanks are tight to the trunk pan
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I like the DSE Access Door. The Holley pump sticks up 1 1/4" from the top of the tank. 1 Gen Tanks are tight to the trunk pan
I was thinking the height of the trunk floor braces plus the height of the trunk floor ribs plus the height of the mounting ring might be close. The mounting ring could be shimmed up to gain any additional clearance needed. Pretty sure it can be made to work if you are determined to make it work. You could even put a bubble in the access door plate.

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