Right after recommendations, due to car being down on power, is to reposition my fuel pump, so that it pushes more than it pulls. After looking in the haynes bible the majority of the injection astra's have their fuel pump, regulator and filter at the back of the car by the rear of the chassis rail on the offside of the car. The thing i'm wondering is do the injection versions have a different type of fuel tank as the fuel pipe outlets on mine are on the otherside of the tank I.e not by the rear suspension setup.
If so should i get a injection tank, so that i can position my pump in a similar place to injected versions, or fiddle about with my current tank, by running two fuel lines to the back of the car for the electric fuel pump.
Also for fitting regulator it is reccomended to fit it as close to carbs as possible. Problem is it has to be horizontal and be quite high as it has a combined filter with it. After moving fuel pump, should i mount regulator where fuel pump was, or look for some where else that side of the engine bay. I was thinking near to front headlamps. Good idea?
Oh here's pics of engine bay.