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Published on Sep 18, 2014
Part 37 of my '76 Mazda Cosmo restoration focuses on one specific task in great detail. That task is converting the old carburetor feeding fuel tank to one which can satisfy the high pressure needs of fuel injection. The approach I take is to modify the tank to accept an in tank fuel pump via custom bracket, emulating the approach used on modern vehicles. My inspiration for the setup was the Aeromotive Phantom EFI tank conversion kit. However as the Aeromotive unit wouldn't fit in the space I had available, I chose to fabricate my own version. Additionally, I continue the task of cleaning the fuel tank as well as finish off by wiring up the fuel pump.