Re: 1984 Chevy S10 motor swap
Pretty moldy thread, but a legit question...
E pumps push fuel, unless it is a British SU diaphragm style E pump.
Since your truck was a carb model, the best place to install the pump is on the frame rail right behind the driver seat area.
You can run a hot lead from any key + hot lead, most will recommend adding an impact (inertia) shut off switch too - available on Ebay, Summit, Jegs etc. This will kill the pump in the event of a motor wreck.
It is also a good idea to add a fuel filter before
BTW, there are several E pumps available. You will need a LOW pressure model for a carburetor application. (about 5 LBS line pressure). They run from $35 to $100, depending on style and manufacture. You don't need a racing pump, they are generally very loud and are overkill for your application.
You can also add a fuel pressure regulator, but that is optional since the low pressure pumps are designed for this application.
Plug the vacuum line, it will be fine.
Hope this helps...
Confucius say: Truck with new engine need good pump...
1)'82 S10, 383, 700R4, Shorty
2) '85 S10, 3.4, 700R4 4x4 stretch cab (Redneck) 3) '90 S10 2.5, 5 speed shorty
4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
6) '83 S10, 327, TH 350, shorty (13.00 best)
7) '92 S10, 2.5 5 speed, Shorty
8) 1979 LUV, Buick 3.8 V6, TH 350 Shorty.