So I think we have a solid plan for the fuel system. Carter "black" fuel pump - 90 GPH, 7 psi. Aeromotive ultra-low pressure fuel regulator with 15 psi gauge, 6AN and 3/8" OD stainless lines throughout.
100 micron filter before the pump, tank modified with a 3/8" OD outlet for fuel supply. Both vents tied together and Teed into a roll-over valve so the tank can't leak if we crash. The pump is wired with a relay, 30A fuse, and impact/rollover switch (From a Ford Taurus).
The carbs will be plumbed later with another 30 micron filter either before the regulator or two filters after the regulator to decrease the chance of debris restricting fuel flow. Each carb gets its own line from the regulator. Fuel starvation would become insanely expensive, so we're going to avoid that at all costs!!!
I've looked at doing a fuel cell, but most are just tanks anyway, with no real protection from a crash. The factory tank is legal, and in a very safe place, plus it helps balance the driver's weight. When I have a spare $1000 and no go-fast goodies to spend it on, I'll buy a Fuel Safe. I've got $400 into this system, using a LOT of parts I already had around. It could easily reach $2k if I bought all new goodies. I still may have to buy a higher pressure pump to get the fuel pressure consistent. We'll see how this plays out with the SUs for now. The Webers get installed in about 3 months.