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Old 11-13-2009, 12:41 AM
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Originally Posted by scumdog View Post
Most electric fuel pumps 'push' rather than 'pull' the fuel - hence why they are best fitted back nearest the fuel tank.
...and for good reasons. Modern pumps are IN the gas tank. They produce high pressure which eliminates vapor lock (no suction side). I like the idea of putting the electric pump as far back as possible; in that trunk void, just behind the rear wheels is good. I use the electric supply wires to disable the car. Hot wire the ignition any way you want, it's not going anywhere without gas.
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