Originally Posted by M-train
I've got an Aeromotive Stealth fuel pump I bought about a year ago.
I'll most likely pull the in tank regulator as I really never liked its design anyway [being in the gas tank].
I will be using a dead head fuel regulator, and also an inline fuel filter as I also don't like having the sock type filter in the tank.[the sock filter will stay on the new fuel pump as its about the only alternative to keeping crap out of the fuel pump].
I just need to sell a few more car parts to have the extra money to buy all of the stuff I need.
I promise to post pictures.
Also, your right this car has taken the prize as the most difficult project to date.
I thought customizing my fathers old 1990 Mazda pickup truck was a pain as I had to make a lot of the parts [ie 14" front brakes, rear twin turbo setup, front/rear suspension, front body from a Ford Ranger].
However, my late fathers old Mazda is a breeze to work on/repair compared to the Nissan.
Did you get the fuel pump from Summit ! Will it be a washable external inline filter or a normal fuel filter & pressure regulator(from Summit also !) . Funny I was thinking about these a little while back.
I like the idea of removing stuff from the fuel tank , much easier afterward for either maintenance or repairs. Aeromotive are top products , might gaven me some bad ideas here ! lol
Gee that pickup has lots of mods to it ! 14 inch rotors ! lol My old Camaro had 14 inch rally wheels ! Funny as stuff change as times go by , for either the best or the worst. Yep , same thing here , money s backing me down as I still can t work because of shoulders & lower back , but getting better real to slow to my taste.
Don t know why cars get so much difficult to work on now. Only to change the spark plugs , you need to remove the upper manifold , a big no no for me , remind us that it s not the only one on the market like that.
As you stated above , a trans cooler s on my list also. as well as an external oil filter .
You re an inspiration here as well as some other mambers in the Forum.