|04-16-2019, 09:04 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Member # 231445
Location: Greencastle, PA
In tank fuel pump for M38 tank
I am currently working on an LS swap for my 1950 M38. I am sorting out the fuel storage and delivery options at this point in the build.
My intent for now is to keep the stock 13 gallon tank and install an aftermarket, in tank fuel pump system.
With my intent to use this vehicle off-road, I am looking for any suggestions as to which in tank retrofit system is the best for ensuring fuel supply to the engine in off camber situations.
I am currently looking at the Aeromotive Phantom 340, which seems to have a good baffle system, but it is somewhat pricey.
If anyone has any direct experience with any of these retrofit kits, I would appreciate any suggestions or guidance you could provide.
1978 CJ-7 on 35's (driver)
1950 M38 (current project...The Mountain Goat)
|04-17-2019, 12:54 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2014
Member # 464625
Location: Sacramento, CA
I used the Aeromotive phantom system on my build and I haven't had any issues in off-chamber situations with fuel starvation. Easy install and it fits most fuel tanks. I would recommend it despite price.
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