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relocation fuel pump

Hi,
I want to relocate the fuel pump of my 1974-914 from the motor trunk to the front, nearby the gas tank. In order to keep everything as original as possible, I prefer to place the pump as has been done on the 1976 model, i.e. at the driver's side just above the spare wheel, in front of the brake fluid lines. I do not have the original cap on which the fuel pump is mounted, so will have to make one by myself. Can anybody show how this cap looks like? From the official Porsche 914 garage manual it seems it is not a flat piece of sheet, but has some curvature. Is this for giving room to the silent blocks? Also I would like to know the exact dimensions of the hole that has to be cut out in the metal sheet and the distances between the holes for the screws?

Thanks very much in advance,
Gerber van der Graaf
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Fairly certain there is a vendor that sells a kit for this, with a little hatch at the back wall of the front trunk for FP placement.
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Yes, I know there are some kits available. These include some fuel and electric lines and some instructions. Though I do not need this material and these kits do not include the info I am looking for.
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