It’s 80 degrees now here in Florida and with it came fuel boiling issues for my new 440. Engine temp never exceeded 200, but at traffic lights my air fuel ratio slowly dropped to rich readings and with it came poor idle. After sitting 15 min and engine off, carb bowls are empty. I did this last year with my 360 with alum intake. Added wood spacer, blocked off exhaust risers, insulated lines, etc. but still had issues over 90 degress. I would prefer to actually fix it this time. I’d like to get some details from folks who have gone to an electric pump. I currently have a single 5/16” line, no return, from my sender to my 440. I bought a new sender with 3/8” supply and 1/4” return to install. This is a road trip/car show car so not worried about having a massive racing pump. I need a pump with about 15psi or so and can lift fuel out of the top of my stock tank (external pump). I’ll need to add a regulator too. So a few questions: -pump recommendations? -where did you mount the regulator? -did you use a relay for power to the pump? -did you run steel lines or other?