I have an Alon A2 with two wing tanks joined with a tee that feed via a fuel pump into a header tank that then gravity feeds the carburetor. The header tank has a float gauge and the two wing tanks have a single float gauge in the left tank. The tank gauge is very difficult to see/read in flight, requiring extensive gymnastic or yoga moves in order to see it. It does read fairly accurately in its defense (when you can see it). Would it be possible to add in a pressure sensing sensor like the Belite Radient sensor http://tinyurl.com/y4ldlb96 to an added tee just down stream of the tank line junction such as http://tinyurl.com/y6mr8kke to feed an auxiliary fuel gauge such as http://tinyurl.com/y2ahxwh7 ? This would keep the certificated indicator but provide an easier to read indicator on the panel. Would the fact that the fuel pump would be drawing fuel from the joined fuel line impact the head pressure the Belite sensor would detect, and hence the quantity reading?