The biggest pain in the ass part of the fuel pump install was the removal and installation of these panels. They are held in by the plastic clips that have the center button. Most of the clips have to be found by feel. These panels were also very dusty so I gave them a good wipe-down.
Removing the electrical connectors, cover, and fuel lines were all pretty straightforward. I got an air spray can to help clear out all the dust and dirt sitting on top of the fuel pump hanger.
I bought the AEM 340 fuel pump from Real Street Performance with a specific S2000 fitment; it came with the fuel hose already cut to the proper length. The wire harness with connectors to plug the fuel pump into the stock fuel pump hanger was bought from Science of Speed. This made the installation process more plug-and-play. I tried to go as much plug-and-play as possible as I was installing everything in my home garage. Plug-n-play is a time saver too.
Here is the AEM 340 fuel pump installed into the stock hanger and all connected up with as much ease as possible due to Real Street Performance and Science of Speed.
I bought the OEM Honda connector from Science of Speed so that I could do this wiring on a bench before I got around to the fuel pump install. Otherwise, I would have had to de-pin the wires from the original connector and risk damaging it. Plus, I wanted to be able to install everything as quickly as possible once I was digging into the car.