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1967 Chevy Camaro Z28 Gas Tank, EFI Converted

1967 Chevy Camaro Z28   Gas Tank, EFI Converted


1967-1968 Camaro, Fuel Tank, EFI Converted
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Replacement for OE #: GM32AFI
$516.99 ea.
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1967 thru 1968
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  • Great Fuel Injection Conversion Tank
  • Direct Replacement
  • 18 Gallon / 68 Liters
  • Size 38 3/8" X 20 7/8" X 7 3/4"
  • 0-105 Ohm Fuel Sending Unit

Electronic fuel injection seems to be all the rage these days. Everywhere you look, 1967-1968 Camaro's are running around with LS motors, LT1's and Ramjets. Ricks Camaros offers this quality direct replacement, Gas Tank, EFI Converted, for your fuel injection system conversion. Converting over to these modern systems means more reliability, power, better gas mileage and a dressier engine bay. Converting over usually means modification to the fuel tank at great time and expense. These ready to install fuel tanks utilize a factory style stamped fuel tank and electric fuel pump that produce 85-115 PSI at 50-60 gallons per hour. All you have to do is install it in the place of your original, run 12 volts and fuel lines and your fuel system is ready. Besure that you prime the fuel pump first if not you could permanently damage the pump! No guess work, no more headaches when it comes to converting your 1967,1968 Camaro to Fuel injection. Trust Ricks Camaros for all your custom, interior and exterior part needs.

 Note Priming the fuel pump before hand will insure that the pump is not damaged and will last for many years to come.If the pump is not primed it could cause the pump to fail prematurely!


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