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Old 04-14-2012, 07:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Started piecing together on my fuel system online. Looking to get a 1 gallon surge tank to mount in the batterys stock location. I've only briefly googled it...but where would I order a surge tank at lol. I wouldn't mind the passenger fender location either...just figured the stock battery location would be more secure incase of front end collision.
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Old 04-14-2012, 09:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Would a small 1 gallon race cell fit your needs? Thats the cheapest solution that I came across.
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Would a small 1 gallon race cell fit your needs? Thats the cheapest solution that I came across.

That's what I use. 1 gal aluminum fuel cell from summit racing. However, the cap seal will not hold up well if you use e85. I had my cap hole welded shut.
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1 gallon is plenty, and yes I plan to use e85. I didn't know Summit carried stuff like that, guess I shoulda looked there first lol. I plan to have -6an from tank, -6an return to tank, -6an return from regulator and -8an feed to a bosch 044 -8an to rail.
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That's what I use. 1 gal aluminum fuel cell from summit racing. However, the cap seal will not hold up well if you use e85. I had my cap hole welded shut.

I think you're talking about this one: RCI Racing 2010A - RCI Aluminum Fuel Cells - Overview - SummitRacing.com - did you mount that in the passenger fender area?
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That's exactly right. I had one more filling welded on and a frail welded in.

Here's and old picture. It's cluttered, and doesn't look good, but works.

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im using a cxracing surge tank, bought it off ebay for around 70 shipped. I had pwerks weld a second outlet bung on in case i ever need 2 pumps, there weld quality is identical :

CXRacing Universal Aluminum Fuel Surge Tank 5"x9" Acura Integra Audi BMW | eBay

They offer them with a ton of different fitting options, mine uses 8an outlets on the bottom, 2 above that were 6an, and very top was 8an (i just used a reducer)

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IE Submerged 044 Billet Surge Tank WITH PUMP | Blue Water Performance
i like this one , not needing any more space for the pump
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^^^ yeah I like those. Had I seen those before I got my setup I would have gone that route.
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IE Submerged 044 Billet Surge Tank WITH PUMP | Blue Water Performance
i like this one , not needing any more space for the pump

Good idea but overpriced in my opinion.

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It's not too bad if you get the one without the pump and source your own 044 elsewhere. You can usually find them new from $150-180 if you look around.
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Jay Racing's modifed 044 is $189 as well...considering that over the normal 044.
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Oh just took a quick peek and seen the 400+ price tag.

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Well, I went ahead and ordered that CX Racing one Masat03 is using. Ordered a bunch of fittings from Summit, placed order for a Jay Racing Pro Series 044 today, Denso 1200cc injectors as well as a bunch of other little stuff...hopefully this build will be promising!
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Quote: Originally Posted by Masat03 View Post
im using a cxracing surge tank, bought it off ebay for around 70 shipped. I had pwerks weld a second outlet bung on in case i ever need 2 pumps, there weld quality is identical :

CXRacing Universal Aluminum Fuel Surge Tank 5"x9" Acura Integra Audi BMW | eBay

They offer them with a ton of different fitting options, mine uses 8an outlets on the bottom, 2 above that were 6an, and very top was 8an (i just used a reducer)


bump to an old thread but can u tell me what out lets go to what im thinking of buying this surge tank
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