First, we removed the hardtop to gain access to the fuel pump. Since we completely removed the soft top and all back plastics while installing the hardtop a while back, it was much easier to access the fuel pump with them gone. 
Howard then removes the 3 screws holding down the plate covering the pump. 
After removing the cover, Howard disconnects the plug going to the top of the fuel pump housing. While we were at it, we decided to blow away any dust with compressed air. That way there is less risk of anything falling into the gas tank. 
Next, we removed the lines connected at the top plate and then proceeded to take off the bolts that hold the top plate and fuel pump housing in place.
The fuel pump assembly is out and ready to have the pumps swapped.
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Wednesday, January 24, 2018 3:29 PM
I vote turbo just to make things more difficult on you :D

and there's already a lot of sc'd s2k's out there... I mean there are plenty of turbo'd ones too, but its rare to see a turbo'd one at a track with turns
vincent soto
vincent sotolink
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 4:10 PM

Or I could do something most s2000 owners never do which is nitrous!

But like harry from fast and the furious said amateurs ( meaning myself) do not use nitrous oxide! :D
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 4:50 PM
lol, nitrous on a road course, awesome!
Thursday, January 25, 2018 9:41 PM
How hard is it to change out the fuel pump with the soft top installed?
Mike Kojima
Mike Kojimalink
Friday, January 26, 2018 4:55 PM
too soon Junior
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