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Pretty basic stuff here.. use either / or but not both. But then again, you are racking up the posts.
 

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Indeed CJ. Ask all the questions you want but please try to place them in the forum that fits...like exterior for windshield....And please stay on the same thread instead of starting like 3 on a windshield replacement.

As you have noticed, members here are willing and anxious to help.

:beer: to ya!
 

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It should splice into the fuel line before the carb. Then adjust the pressure down to 6-7 psi. Not sure what the psi should be for your set up but I'm sure someone here will know.
Do you need to remove the other pump and make a block off plate?
 

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you can replace the intank pump with a piece of 3/8" steel or copper tubing with a piece of hose and clamps to connect it like the pump,,
put a clamp around the tube at the bottom to hold it in place.. put a 90 degree bend at the bottom..
youll want a strainer of some kind at the bottom I built some from fine brass or stainless screen..
make sure you use hose rated for submersion in gas..
you could probably find someone swapping to efi to trade with you,, the intank senders are hard to find now days..

or keep the intank pump and add a regulator at the carb,, then you wont need the mechanical pump,, may be easyer..
 

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you can replace the intank pump with a piece of 3/8" steel or copper tubing with a piece of hose and clamps to connect it like the pump,,
put a clamp around the tube at the bottom to hold it in place.. put a 90 degree bend at the bottom..
youll want a strainer of some kind at the bottom I built some from fine brass or stainless screen..
make sure you use hose rated for submersion in gas..
you could probably find someone swapping to efi to trade with you,, the intank senders are hard to find now days..

http://ts3.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.5004123266155482&pid=1.7&w=222&h=172&c=7&rs=1 or keep the intank pump and add a regulator at the carb,, then you wont need the mechanical pump,, may be easyer..
Thanks for the info, JJ!
 
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