Electronic fuel injection seems to be all the rage these days. Everywhere you look, El Camino's are running around with LS motors, LT1's and Ramjets. 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. No guess work, no more headaches. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
What is EEC? EEC is an acronym for Evaporation Emission Control. It usually appears as a second and third vent port at the front of the gas tank. These ports act as a return line from the charcoal canister, fuel pump and vapor separator. EEC usually appeared on vehicles produced for sale in California and other emissions control states
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||1968, 1969, 1970|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||El Camino, Pickup Delivery||1968, 1969, 1970|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||El Camino, Super Sport (SS) Pickup Delivery||1968, 1969, 1970|