I finally finished installing the CA Cycleworks fuel pump.
Here are the two types of hose clamps that are approved for fuel injection pressurized lines; Oetiker (and crimp tool) on the left, and screw type on the right.
Flaring out the pump outlet port made it more difficult to get the hose on. If I were doing it again, I wouldn't do that. In fact a standard barbed outlet would be almost impossible to install with these stock fuel lines. Perhaps that is why CA Cycleworks did not include barbs.
It was a real pain to install the CA Cycleworks filter - DO NOT USE THIS FILTER. It does not fit inside the housing, so I had to remove it - also a pain.
I switched back to the Profill filter.
The hose now has a different twist on it than the stock pump, so it puts a lot of pressure on the housing and the top kept popping off. Others have used screws to secure the housing. I opted to use some bailing wire on each side. I routed it through the inlet hole in the bottom and out the larger holes on the top. It did not require any drilling, but it does make it harder to install the pump housing in the tank.
Be sure to secure the wires to the pump. They can pop off really easily.
I have not yet tested this. I hope it works!