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That is good news. Thank you for sharing your experience. It just may sway my decision. I may just end up coughing up the $300 and going with the Holley in tank pump.

[edit] Ooops, just realized that is the low pressure Holley in tank fuel pump. The higher pressure one is $370 + tax, closer to $400
You can probably buy the low pressure one for less and then buy the better Walboro pump and call it a day. I think the only difference is the pump, if memory serves me (too lazy to look it up!). That unit was so easy to work with and install. I purchased the hole saw off Amazon for less than $20 and it added to my tool collection.
 
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