Fuel system underway

Tanks Inc. PA-2 install.

Tanks Inc. PA-2. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

 

No hole saw, but this nibbler makes short work of the cutting . Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

I was going to save a few bucks and get the unit without the pump and use a Kemso pump, but for only about $20 more I could get the complete PA-2 with the Walbro pump and know that everything fit together correctly without issue.

Straight-forward install. Assemble, cut the hole, drill some holes, install screws… done.  Plenty of online videos if there’s confusion.

 

 

Tanks Inc. PA-2. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

 

Wix 33737 Filter/regulator. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

Wix 33737 Filter/Regulator installed.  Wix, made in Taiwan?  That’s what is says.  Disappointing, but good reviews.  I was going with the less expensive (half-price)  MicroGard 33737 filter/regulator from O’Reilly’s  but it had several reviews saying the pressure was low or erratic.

 

 

Fuel line and fittings ready to install. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

**UPDATE
Fuel system went in without any issues.  From tank to fuel rail done and working.  See my more recent post about what I did with the sending unit to work with new gauge.

Fuel lines installed. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

 

Bonus!

Trans cooler lines modified and installed. Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.
Gotta shorten these lines a little more so the hoses will not kink on install.  Click to enlarge – use browser back button to return.

 

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