One key to a successful electronic fuel injection conversion is, and always will be, to employ a high-quality fuel delivery system. If constant, pressurized fuel can’t make it to the injectors the best EFI system in the world will perform poorly. This may sound simple enough, but the devil is—as they say—in the details, and the fine points will make or break a good installation. It is in Holley’s best interest as a fuel injection manufacturer to come up with a quality system that will work under grueling street conditions and high-g loads. They offer a few different universal fuel tank conversion kits and the HydraMat filter/pickup works very well. But the best situation is to create a fuel tank with a built-in fuel reservoir and then make those tanks for the popular performance cars like Camaros, Chevelles, Corvettes, Novas, and even trucks. That’s exactly what the Sniper fuel delivery system is all about. The kit comes with a Holley performance “pump-on-a-stick” system with a specific flange to mount the pump assembly inside a large reservoir located at the front of the tank. Alongside the pump assembly is a fuel level float assembly to drive the gas gauge. Our plan was to up...