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Fuel slosh.

Hi. Been having a long time fuel slosh problem under acceleration. When I aggressively take off  at less than a half a tank the car falls on his face and goes lean. Ive just accepted the fact that I have to drive the car with more than a half a tank. But now I have less than 20 pounds of fuel pressure and have to drop the tank I was wondering what anybody else had done to solve that problem.

I'm looking at Aeromotive Phantom in the tank baffled pump model 18688.
Has anyone tried it yet or come up with a better idea.
Thanks steve
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Re: Fuel slosh.

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If you figure this out let us know. I've been dealing with that issue for years. My solution has been to treat 1/2 tank like empty  :toothless:.
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.