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Getting air in the fuel line of a fuel injection system is a no no.  With all the ups and downs of the dunes extra measures need to be taken to minimize the risk of sucking air when your gas level gets low.  The most reliable way to do this is by installing a gas well onto the bottom of your gas tank.  If you use a standard 10Gal aluminum cylindrical tank this unit is an easy way to make your gas well. Just weld it on and your done.  You weld on the fuel feed and return flanges where you want them.
Here's what the well looks like after it's welded onto your gas tank.