As stated in a previous post, I decided I didn't want to pursue a GTS tank and fuel lines, which means I had the pleasure of installing a custom setup. I went with an MSD 2925 EFI pump. I've read more than a couple guides to installing these to work with the SR5 tank, and most of em call for cutting the fuel hard lines, something I really wanted to avoid (and did).
Anyways here are some photos I snagged:
Prepping the pump with 3/8" to 1/4" reducers:
Dropped the tank out to make life a little easier:
Mounted up before re-installing the tank. The Blue painter's tape marks the send line:
All back together:
Couple things to note:
-MSD's connections are 3/8" ID, and the SR5's fuel lines are 1/4" ID, so I had to use some brass fittings to get this to work.
-I put the pump a little out of the way, won't be simple to replace if it's ever needed, but that placement seems to work best if you don't want to cut any of the existing hard lines.
-My only regret was not getting some 90 degree elbows, I had to run a little more EFI fuel line in order to avoid kinks. If I'm feeling ambitious down the road, I may alter the setup
-I tested this after I finished by hooking up the wires to a car battery and she whirred right up and spat out what fuel was still left in the tank from the previous owner (will have to drain that at some point. The 4AGE high comp pistons will need some higher quality fuel).
-I will be splicing the two wires from the pump into the GTS harness, so it'll work exactly as intended.