If you are disconnecting lines with the pump not powered, some fuel will come out that was in the lines but nothing will drain or siphon from the main volume of the tank itself. Probably less than 1/4 cup.Do the gas line fittings flow fuel when the quick connects are disconnected?
I didn't think so. But I'm not going to install and tune around a 2-bar MAP just to see boost. My tuner said the GTO ECU doesn't always work well with a 2-bar MAP anyway.No it wont read boost
Good to know, that's what I was hoping. I've got the tank pretty empty so I don't plan to drain it further, was just curious about what happens when the lines are disconnected.If you are disconnecting lines with the pump not powered, some fuel will come out that was in the lines but nothing will drain or siphon from the main volume of the tank itself. Probably less than 1/4 cup.
If you are trying to disconnect the lines and power the pump to empty the tank into a bucket, it will do that to some extent, but it will sputter quite a bit when it gets low cause the pump outruns the Venturi easily when there is no resistance to flow.
I have been saving for years to do this, and I am about to pull the trigger. What Vendor did you go with? I need to hustle to get that order in this week.Vendor said the wait time is expected to be 8-10 weeks so I may get started on the fuel pump right away since that will be a PITA I suppose. The radiator will wait for the blower install since it will be nice to have the radiator out of the way in order to pin the crank. I bought a right-angle close quarter power drill for that particular job.