As much as Trasborg loves his gauges, he’s never had a Comanche with a working gas gauge, but instead uses the trip odometer to figure out when to get gas. On the first trip after engine break-in that tried-and-true Trasbordition failed, leaving him out of gas in the middle of the interstate. After cranking the Jeep over to the side of the road on the starter, it never started the same and lost a few rpms on the top end on the dyno. After a couple of months the factory in-tank pump started growling like a fat lady without fried food. A new fuel pump from Rock Auto (Airtex PN E7006) put the fat lady to sleep and helped with the hot-start problem, but didn’t improve the upper-end rpm limit on the dyno.