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I found this while surfing and thinking about how I plan to tackle EFI this time round:

https://www.partsgeek.com/gbproducts/DC/15189-05636834.html

Unfortunately the description really isn't detailed. By the picture it looks like a drop-in replacement for the factory sender with an EFI pump and return line added...but the description is confusing in saying its for use " For Use When Converting To A Fuel Injection Tank Or Replacement In A Converted System" which are really 2 different things....since an "EFI tank" is a tank that uses a pump and hanger specific to whatever EFI tank it is...whereas this one looks like it can be used in a stock tank. It also doesn't list the LPH or GPH the pump flows...which in the end doesn't matter much since you can always change it out with a better pump...but the whole things leaves more questions than answers...would love to find just the assembly minus the pump for sale.
 

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check the Spectra Premium web site. It shows GPH. 110 - 130 PSI / 68-77 GPH
https://ecat.spectrapremium.com/products/SP169A1H
They sell a fuel tank with the pump. You found the replacement pump.
https://ecat.spectrapremium.com/products/F28AFI
So what is the difference between the non EFI tank and the EFI tank? they look exactly the same. I mean, I can modify a stock sender to achieve this same thing(have done it before) but this would be far simpler if it will bolt in.

I guess it doesnt matter though...I found the tank and pump on rock auto:

https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/spectra+premium,F28AFI,fuel+tank+&+pump+assembly,17130

which makes it a very reasonable $300...a good deal if you need a new tank anyway(I do because I am sure the 53 year old thing in my car is fairly corroded inside at this point.
 
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