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  • ALLMTR
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    Finished up my street/dyno fuel setup. Operates off the switch in the top right of frame.

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  • DaveBxGT
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    Such a clean no fuss looking bay for such epic potential. love it!

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  • Bren
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    Looking good mate!

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  • garvice
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    Nice ! 🙌

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  • venicebeach
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    Nice work Chuck. Keen to see this thing go fasterer

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  • ALLMTR
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    That took far longer than it should have…

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    Ready for the dyno

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  • Faux Forg
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    Originally posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Ok, no idea where to post this spitball. I want to make a board, about the size of an iPad?, containing a 7.8v Nicad pack, receiver, electronic speed controller and facet style pump. That way on a dyno or road trip, I can remotely (from in cab or watching a dyno) add fuel to the cell from a fuel container in the tray without stopping. Will that work?
    I've got a similar problem with two tanks to feed one engine... I haven't researched it properly yet (or much at all, honestly) but I'm leaning toward a venturi pump on the return line to move all the fuel to the main tank. Much like a saddle tank arrangement in a modern OEM installation.

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  • 44
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    Originally posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Ok, no idea where to post this spitball. I want to make a board, about the size of an iPad?, containing a 7.8v Nicad pack, receiver, electronic speed controller and facet style pump. That way on a dyno or road trip, I can remotely (from in cab or watching a dyno) add fuel to the cell from a fuel container in the tray without stopping. Will that work?
    This sounds like some vice grip garage shit. Excellent.

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  • dnegative
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    Originally posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Hot and cold side done. Bottom hose alloy extension was a pain in the ass as the Toyota alloy was cast with old saucepans, it seems]
    Its got silicon in it, makes it a cunt to weld

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  • StupidFlanders
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    Gravity feed with a solenoid? Less parts to fail.

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  • GSRman
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    i'd just put a plug and a switch on the dash -

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  • Guido
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    When my car did enduros (before I owned it) there was a small auxillary tank in the boot that had a small low pressure ticker pump that just fed in to the fuel feed hose of the main tank. The tank itself was very easy to remove (for when you don't need the load) and just unplug the pump and put a cap on the feed in to the filler pipe.

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  • ALLMTR
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    Ok, no idea where to post this spitball. I want to make a board, about the size of an iPad?, containing a 7.8v Nicad pack, receiver, electronic speed controller and facet style pump. That way on a dyno or road trip, I can remotely (from in cab or watching a dyno) add fuel to the cell from a fuel container in the tray without stopping. Will that work?

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  • ALLMTR
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    Been ticking along on little things, need to get it down to Sydney to get re-pinned for the Elite 2500. Was going to have a go at it myself but rather a haltech expert do it .

    Decided to plumb the wastegate back into the exhaust. Have no idea if this will work but just got the 2” expanded and will silastic it up. Need to break it down, clean up the joins and welderup

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  • 44
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    Looks great, can’t wait to see it back on track…

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