I'm sure I'm not the only one but my car, due to tank design/pump placement etc... has a bad habit of starving for go juice when the tank's 1/4 or less and I have to romp the brakes or I run it into a corner hard. What's my best bet for a cure outside of the uber expensive Aeromotive tank? I figured a sump would do it but then everything I've read says they've still got the same issue. Has anyone maybe baffled a stock tank to help keep fuel around the pump? Newer cars have basically a sump built into the pump/sender assembly to prevent this kinda thing. I don't want fuel starvation killing a 150-180 dollar pump, nevermind the danger that comes with the stalling. And yeah, I know I could just fill up more often but that ain't gonna stop it happening on the way to the gas station.