Thanks very much for that info Wiz. In speaking with the folks at Bowtie, they recommended the Holly Sniper Kits. Any opinion on those? They seem to get good reviews. I was leaning toward the FAST kits in the past.
NEVER frame mount. Fuel pumps belong submerged in the tank. It is quiet. It is safe. It keeps the pump cool. So this is actually a pretty easy and painless thing for you to do. You need to goto eckler's or somewhere and buy yourself a 1982 fuel sender. here is a link to that: https://www.ecklerscorvette.com/corvette-fuel-sending-unit-without-pump-1982.html
And you will need a good pump. Some efi kits have options to come with a fuel pump. Or you can goto summit and buy this: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/vpn-f90000274
And this: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/vpn-400-1162/overview/
If you want to see what all this looks like going together I have detailed it in a FAST 2.0 efi kit I installed in a '81 right here: https://www.digitalcorvettes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=255809
I have also detailed setting up a FAST 2.0 efi kit on a 454 big block in a 1971 right here: https://www.digitalcorvettes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=242889
And I walk through the installation of a FiTech kit in a 1968 right here: https://www.digitalcorvettes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=263034
What type or brand of fuel injection kits have you been looking at? I am very fond of FAST 2.0 easy efi because of it's 1350cfm throttle body. I mean, That is HUGE.