Finally done! So to be complete for those thinking about adding EFI (saw this post is way beyond 3k views),
Here's the extra stuffs work done since my last post in this thread.
First redid the previous casing for the pump, to improve the angle so the hoses would go around wheel nicely aligned.
The bracket second part add strength, and isolate protect the pump/contacts from wheel side.
As a side note after install, I can say, that the provided pump is very quiet. Installed this way, you can hear it
bits on first load, then no more.
Because the rubber fuel lines provided in kit (Earl's Vapors guard) are not ment to take 90 deg turns
I made a plate that holds the 2 lines from underneath the car and hold the last filter (there is not enough room at the tank
going this side of the car for the second filter). It's a bracket that required lots of checks/measurements to ensure lines
are near of car floor. (Still need do a splash cover for it when i'll get some time)
From there, it then goes to the unit. Spoiled the car (again) with some braided lines.
(make sure the hood hinge can close without touching the lines and that they will fit under the big engine brackets before drill @15mm for the @14mm radius connectors)
Then done another bracket to hold the monitor inside the car. I've mixed the provided one and aluminum.
Note that the plastic casing is rotated to allow it to glided in or out without a problem, yet be firmly held in place with no vibs.
Other details done, safety is important to me, so made another bracket in trunk for an inertia switch. 40 euros new,
but can be purchased at junkyard for 10, as suggested on this site by a member.
Also, for the feed line (the pink wire), if you splice at ignition the green/red wire, you want a good and safe connection for years to come.
remember that the ignition wire is THE wire in your car
So I thought I share the way the splice was soldered for a secure connection.
I'm sure its not the nicest soldering ever, but I'm sure if the car let me down, it won't be that wire!
may sounds like a detail, but seen enough message on EFI probs that were caused by faulty connections.
If you go with the Holley kit, the 20ft hose is really not enough, having 2 sets of 20fts also allows you to air clean the hoses, and have them sealed
at ends during work from rear to front of the car, so you certain you have no debris entering them. You will need a few metal screws to hold your clamps
securely and about 16 clamps. These aren't provided either.
Then after all this work, aside a starter that broke on me the moment supreme and weird ignition probs after that,
you get this
For the next EFI, prolly my 429, now that I know bits more,
I will not use rubber lines whole way, but will instead use/make metal lines from back wheel to engine bay.
And if tank is still ok, I will make the connection for the return line in tank myself, unless I can find a cheap/used sending unit,
it's just a circular plate with a tube welded to it that you need, nothing more.