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    Hi this is my first go at this and I have a question about the fuel pump. Where I live it gets above 80deg but I can mount the pump less than 2' from tank and I do run premium gas all the time. So can I get away with an exterior mounted pump? Or can anyone offer some info to me on mounting my pump in tank? If I go In tank is it just a matter of a new sending unit? Or do I go the route of a whole new tank set up for this? My vehicle is a 1980 z28 running a nicely built 383 aluminum headed roller motor. I'm just not sure how critical it is, to run an in tank setup or not. I want to do what's best for dependability, or I wouldn't have invested in this set up in the first place right?

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    You can put the pump anywhere you want.
    They recommend in the tank due coolant sloshing over the pump. Anything that gets hot will ware out faster.

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