Attach the Earl's Performance 9893068ERLfitting to the bottom of the rails T piece, now we have a -8AN connection.
I don’t have a picture but unscrew the -4 straight cut to male -6AN off the bottom of the FPR and replace it with SUM-220166
Take off the -4AN parts off the fuel basket. You will need to drill out the hole a little more to fit the bigger -6AN bulk head fitting RUS-661250. You will need to also flatten all the raised ridges so the fitting fits flush. I made the hole too close to the edge of the basket, make it where the red outline is.
You will need to cut one of the -6AN Stat o Seals RUS-683900 so it fits.
Fit the bulkhead fitting RUS-661250 with the Stat o Seal either side of it. Then put the nut EAR-592406ERL on the end.
I don’t have a specific picture but fit the 1/8NPT 90 degree to -6AN fitting SUM-220650 into the regulator replacement part.
You will need pretty much exactly 11.5 cm of the EFI Hose to SAE 30R10 of the submersible fuel line
Attach the Summit Racing SUM-220711 90 degree to one end of the hose and the Summit Racing SUM-220706 45 degree to the other end.
Now we need to prepare the fuel pump, two things need to happen.
The top barb off the tank needs to be cut off, see the red line.
The other thing which I didn’t take a pic of is filling down the port the metal o-ring goes over that holds the fuel filter in place. You can either get a larger retaining o-ring clip or file the port down so the stock one fits. Don’t fit the filter until the end.
Now the annoying hardish part. A few things must be modified to the basket itself.
Need to cut the bottom of the fuel pump canister holder just below the locking mechanism tabs.
You will need to make a slot to fit the clamp through, right near the 3 structural lines. I first made the cut (with a stanley knife) just below the 3 lines but later found I needed to make it 1-2mm further into the lines, so do it where the red line is and down to where you see the clamp currently is.
Insert the clamp and draw a black line just after the ridge where it hits the other side. This will help you know where to cut the other side
It should now look like this
You will need to you some multi grips to shape the clamp otherwise you wont be able to get the pump in, you may want to fit the pump in while you do this.
*Make sure the black rubber fitting goes on top of the fuel pump barb you cut previously. The black rubber thing may be stuck inside the fuel assembly still, if it is just leave it in there.
You will then need to allow the black hose to fit closer to the side of the fuel basket so you need to cut the 3 structural lines and shave off a bit up the top as you can see in the red.
*NOTE* I forgot to mention you need to cut off the fuel pump plug and solder the wires and use heat shrink.
If you did everything correctly you should see very little space between the black rubber and the pump.
This is what it looks like with the barb cut
This is what it looks like if you didn’t cut the barb on top of the fuel pump
You need as much room at the bottom of the fuel assembly as possible.
It should look like this
You will want to make sure when you tighten the clamp the screw assembly is pushed as close to the red line as possible.
Fit the bottom pump assembly and it should look like this
You will see I initially used a -6AN female to -8 male expander which was wrong as there is not enough room, that is why you replace the fitting that comes with it for a straight cut -6 to -8AN male fitting.
In the fuel tank you can see the space
And your going to need some 1000cc injectors at least ! I wanted ID1000s but got a new set of DW1000 for a good price.
You will need to run the lines and attach the fittings to the ends but that’s easy, just don’t attach the fittings to the tank side otherwise you won’t get them to fit when feeding the lines through.
Tip: feed through a coat hanger or some wire from inside the car down along outside of fuel tank and out where the stock lines run along the car. Then tie the -6 and -8an lines on separately and pull them up into the tank from inside the car.
DONE - this guide was almost as painful as the above!