Thanks Howard, that sounds like an avenue to explore! Do you have any examples of the bulkhead mounted plate by chance?I would mount the entire assembly on a single plate and then mount the plate on the bulkhead so it can be removed as one after disconnecting the necessary AN lines. You obviously are aware of the fuel line within inches of the headers. Maybe use with a single large filter with replaceable element canister, then pumps, and finally the pressure regulator.
I would eliminate as much braided line as possible and use solid tubing on the assembly plate. It never is affected by the fuel and will last forever.
Seems like you could get a 12x12 sheet of 3/16" aluminum, which would allow you to tap directly into it, rather than using nut certs. Then sink a couple rivnuts into the chassis in appropriate locations to fasten the plate to the chassis. Rigid lines with 2 90 degree bends to allow disassembly between components, or Teflon lines between components on the plate, and teflon lines from the plate to the surge tank & regulator.Thanks Howard, that sounds like an avenue to explore! Do you have any examples of the bulkhead mounted plate by chance?