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Old 11-24-2012, 09:22 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bad98rt View Post
Look at the stuff from Siliconeintakes.com they make some nice like... This is what I have used on may friends car



Thats where I told him to get it in another thread.
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Thats where I told him to get it in another thread.

This ?

http://www.siliconeintakes.com/produ...7f98e46cea6271


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Old 11-25-2012, 03:13 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bad98rt View Post
Look at the stuff from Siliconeintakes.com they make some nice like... This is what I have used on may friends car



Any problems, specially with E85? Figured I'd piece together my own kit since there are so many write ups. A penny saved is a penny earned...
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Any problems, specially with E85? Figured I'd piece together my own kit since there are so many write ups. A penny saved is a penny earned...

My buddy runs E98 in his Supra with these fuel lines, no issues.
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^^ looks like I can't use the same fittings with ptfe than I can on rubber.

Dang it.


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^^ looks like I can't use the same fittings with ptfe than I can on rubber.

Dang it.



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Old 11-25-2012, 07:05 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Some one on pump or race gas buy all my fittings. I won't sell the line as I'm not sure which piece is messed up.
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Pulled all my lines. Nothing really noticeable. Except my tank.

I'm email summit to see I the can get me a new tank or my money back. (Doubt it tho)


I guess e made it "rust!"

My filter on the pump was super clean. So got to be the supply line. That a piece broke off on it.

Ill prob reassemble it all and try again.


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If you are running ethenol it has to be coated or a plastic liner .
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If you are running ethenol it has to be coated or a plastic liner .

Do you think this is the reason my fuel is blk?

Should I get a plastic tank?

I'm setting up a test tomorrow. Gonna set my whole system up on the ground and let the pump run for an hr or 2 to see if I can recreate the issue.


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Do you think this is the reason my fuel is blk?

Should I get a plastic tank?

I'm setting up a test tomorrow. Gonna set my whole system up on the ground and let the pump run for an hr or 2 to see if I can recreate the issue.



You can get a coated metal tank or get yours coated. You should not put alcohol based fuels in bare metal tanks. This is why all modern cars are using plastic, because of the ethanol that is getting put into gas and weight issues.
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Mine has an alcohol safe coating in the surge tank.
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Mine has an alcohol safe coating in the surge tank.

where did you get it?
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Work....... But just search for solvent safe coatings.
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Very interesting info here.
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