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I've been drawing a blank here really, I tried the search function but didn't find what I was looking for. I don't really want to use the internal EFI Rangey pump on my series but I'm not sure what to replace it with. Has anyone done this and what was the outcome?

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I've been drawing a blank here really, I tried the search function but didn't find what I was looking for. I don't really want to use the internal EFI Rangey pump on my series but I'm not sure what to replace it with. Has anyone done this and what was the outcome?

What's wrong with using the efi pump in the series tank?

I used an RRC efi pump (metal tank type) when I put the efi in my 90. I had to lengthen the pickup pipe a small amount (can't remember how much), but it works absolutely fine. After all it has to pump less distance now.

The pump to tank fixing holes were exactly the same position and size.

I THINK the series tank shares this hole pattern, ready to be corrected...

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Cheers for the replies :)

My problem lies in the fact that I'm not using the series tank. I'm going to try and fit the RRC pump this weekend rather than splash a fortune on other methods so we shall see!

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