In April I asked about fuel cavitation issues in hot weather on my 74 GTV with SPICA and received several helpful responses. I proceeded to change fuel filters, wrap the rear portion of the exhaust in header wrap, place reflective material on the outer wall of the fuel tank, and put an aluminum sheath on the fuel line between the tank and the fuel filter. I also learned my SPICA unit was rebuilt by Wes Ingram about 7-8 years ago. This past weekend I experienced fuel starvation with 3/4 full tank and about 88* ambient temperature. I'm beginning to wonder if this is a <85* driving car or I need to completely move the fuel pump to a cooler location!!! Your further thoughts would be appreciated.