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Project EFI GT

Mustangs Plus gives you the lowdown on installing Electronic Fuel Injection in an Early Mustang
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After much thought, we took a stock fuel tank sending unit and simply silver-soldered a metal tube in it for the return line.After much thought, we took a stock fuel tank sending unit and simply silver-soldered a metal tube in it for the return line.

Our return line works fine. We've run the car very low on gas with no problems. The external electric fuel pump works great!Our return line works fine. We've run the car very low on gas with no problems. The external electric fuel pump works great!
We mounted the fuel filter to the right rear frame rail. A square tube cover (not shown) covers the fuel lines on the floor pan.We mounted the fuel filter to the right rear frame rail. A square tube cover (not shown) covers the fuel lines on the floor pan.
We also ran the fuel lines through two holes we drilled through this cross member. These lines then run to the engine.We also ran the fuel lines through two holes we drilled through this cross member. These lines then run to the engine.

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The results! Our 1966 EFI GT! It starts quicker, runs smoother, and gives us better gas mileage than when it was carbureted. Notice the battery is still in the stock location! Next? A complete restoration and detailing!

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