Oh yeah?, but- but- it's running really good again. Dang! Going to have to fix the source of the leak pronto. If the tank is really full, pump some out. Something is maybe going on with the "fuel intake". You can tell because it didn't go back the same way. Is this a threaded connection, the suction line from the tank to the fuel pump? Since everything was good before, just revisit what you looked at and replaced before and hopefully the solution will present itself. Keep a close eye on the fuel level in the tank. You don't want to leak a bunch of fuel into the bilge and lower hull. Fuel will wick itself right out of the tank and find the lower portions of the hull where it will be trapped. Under the right conditions (ignition), this sort of issue will reduce (or increase, depending on how you look at it) the boat to it's smallest sized components, hence the term 'Blown to bits'. Don't be that guy. Also, due to the way the stern settles low in the water, you may get a leak because the fitting may be lower than the fuel level in the tank. Maybe just a loose connection at the tank, back flow valve, or just a clamp. Let us hope for something easy.