I am planning on putting fuel injection in my maverick. The problem I have is where to mount the inline high pressure pump. The installation instructions say the the pump must be mounted no higher than the lowest point on the tank. I am guessing this is because the pump does not provide much suction. The recommended location does not really seem to exist on my car because the tank sits quite low. My question is where do most people who do this conversion mount the pump? I read the tech articles on FM where they mounted the pump above the tank. However, I looked up the pump they were using and it has the same mounting requirements as the one I was looking into. Also, they were having what appears to be fuel starvation problems at 3500RPM. It might be due to the pump mounting location. Any thoughts? I looked up what ford did in the late 80's when they used an inline fuel pump for the CFI systems. It turns out they used a low pressure in tank pump in addition to the high pressure inline (or chassis mounted as they call it) pump. However, Holley does not recommend this. They claim it will also lead to fuel starvation. The system I am looking to use is the Holley TBI system with the commander 950 control box. Thanks for your time.