Ed on the Ridge
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- May 14, 2011
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- On the Ridge, TN
is that the new holley timing cover/accessory system?
Yes you can retro fit a stock tank with an intank pump using either something like what holley offers or make you own which isn't super difficult. The hardest part is passing the wires through the sealing plate in a way which will not leak. The pump part is very easy, just buy a pump (like a Walbro 255 or similar), then take a stock sending unit, determine the distance and cut off the inlet tube and replace it with the new pump and screen. You can add a piece of strap if you like for stability and then run the wires up through the plate.I've got a car that I'm contemplating; a '64 Plymouth wagon. I'm sure that no one offers an EFI equipped gas tank, which leads me to ask if a stock tank can be modified or can someone make a custom tank? If so, has anyone got a source?
I've got a car that I'm contemplating; a '64 Plymouth wagon. I'm sure that no one offers an EFI equipped gas tank, which leads me to ask if a stock tank can be modified or can someone make a custom tank? If so, has anyone got a source?
It’s the sound for me. I’m just a cruiser, and I can’t get that 70’s cammed idle out of my expectation of a classic muscle car. But I totally understand someone wanting a turn key engine that you could drive 300 miles without incident. Having said that, the GTX I’m building will also have a Strange S60 with 4:10 gears. 4 speed car, so just for around town mostly. That may change eventually.I hate the way they look honestly but I would consider putting one in an A-body to make a handling car.