The car looks great, how are you plumbing the high pressure fuel lines, what are you using for a fuel tank and pump. I'm collecting the parts to do an EFI conversion on my 67 and I have yet to figure this part out.
Thanks - like everything else this thing has been a process. At this point I am "only" three months behind thanks to painting issues. One thing I can't do and it haunts me over and over again.
Torch - I am using a stock fuel tank with a custom built sump from the car's Super Stock days. From there I go to a Mercury Racing EFI pump mounted on the frame to an Aeromotive regulator and to the fuel rails. Plumbing to the regulator and fuel rails is #8, the return line from the regulator is #6. I was going to use a Rock Valley tank but lacked nine weeks of patience. Eventually I may upgrade to an Aeromotive pump if the Nitrous System is too much for the OEM pump.
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