Where ya been?I'm a big fan of surge tanks. It's surprising its not used so much on domestic stuff but I seen them used a lot on high horse power imports.
I currently have a Racetronix sender with their 255pump as its enough for my N/A setup. I later plan to add a surge tank in the location of the spare tire well.
I can also mention its seems a lot of people think you need a huge fuel line there is plenty 1000+hp cars running on -8 with no problem, even with E85. The main problem is not starving the inlet of the pump.
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I agree on the surge tank. I'm looking into that setup to keep the stock tank and trunk space. The surge tank is a great way to keep a stock sumped tank and not run out of fuel. The downside is it's another gadget on the axle platform in the trunk (I'm getting full up there hehe).