I got my '72 Pantera back a couple of weeks ago after 4 years of renovation and some mods, and it was running rough so I took it back to the shop and with timing and fuel injection adjustment it is running great, or so I thought. Two days in a row when the car was hot, it started sputtering and then died, and I couldn't restart it until it had cooled down for at least 30 minutes. There was plenty of cranking power but seemingly no fuel getting to the engine. Once cooled, it ran fine. I didn't expect this when we switched to fuel injection, but in doing some reading since, it is not an unheard of problem. Any brilliant ideas on the most efficient solution. Obviously, we'll wrap fuel lines with heat resistant/insulating wrap and possibly a layer of a similar heat shielding material over the fuel tank cover, but are there any other ideas that will make me more confident that I'm not going to be left stranded in the middle of an intersection like I was two days in a row?
Thanks, in advance, for any ideas or information.