The mounting hole on each tank is directly above the bottom of the angle in the tank, different lengths of senders are available and mounting has to be adapted also Wema have to reverse the sender electronics to match the Smiths gauges or they read full when empty and empty when full.
After numerous problems with Smiths senders which use plastic float bearing which seems to be affected by modern petrol because when taken off the tank after a couple of weeks they work fine, I now use Wema fuel level senders converted to work with Smiths gauges, so far fine.
Hi Mark, I'm from Preston, I've got a 347 in mine with 48IDA's dynoed at Tim Adams Racing and produced 429 hip, you're more than welcome to pop round and have a look and chat if you want, tel.01772 743654
I have a bench pillar drill which I could use but as they are on the car I'm a bit reluctant to go that far.
I've tried using a new solid carbide drill with and without hammer action, no effect and as I'm drilling downwards I've got my full body weight on it so the pressure is quite...