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Very nice work
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your up next Brandon!
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your up next Brandon!
Perhaps next for efi but don't expect the same quality execution.
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Cut new holes in the engine tin and installed beading material on the edges, installed the new connection pipe, finished the waste gate dump pipes, installed the lower valance and now its ready to come off the lift. All I need is some fresh E85!!






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That tin is so smooth n nice. Sweet exhaust.
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First test run on gas, waste gates work perfect. .7 bar springs in place and hold nice and steady.
The 1.06 T4 twin scroll housing spools almost as quick as the old .82 T3.
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Congratulations and good job!
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Of course it does, parts and work are perfect.
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Thanks for the compliments, hope to do some tuning soon. Yea!!
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After tuning the A/F for E85 and adjusting EBC for some additional boost, as suspected I need more fuel capacity. Ordered 1/2" feed, 3/8" return lines and a DeatschWerks 350 LPH fuel pump. Keep you posted on progress..
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New larger fuel tank, hard lines and fuel pump. This is going to be tight with a flex fuel sensor as well..



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Man this just keeps getting better and better! Keep up the great work!
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My goal on this project is to make E85 the primary fuel used with gas only used for storage. Hoping this larger tank will make it a bit easier.
Oh my, replacing those fuel lines in the tunnel Is going to be a challenge..
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Oh my, replacing those fuel lines in the tunnel Is going to be a challenge..
You got that right. I've pretty much given up pulling -6 aluminum hard lines through the tunnel. I've gotten them in but the ends are so mangled by the time I get them to come out through the front you can't get a fitting on them and there is no room up there to rework the ends of the tube. I think I'm going to try pulling fabric covered hoses through there instead.
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You got that right. I've pretty much given up pulling -6 aluminum hard lines through the tunnel. I've gotten them in but the ends are so mangled by the time I get them to come out through the front you can't get a fitting on them and there is no room up there to rework the ends of the tube. I think I'm going to try pulling fabric covered hoses through there instead.
Hello, there is maybe a solution to increase a little the passage existing in the tunnel.
Chris de TK recommended me 8an to go and 6an for return.
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Nice work!

I got two -8 TechAFX PTFE lines thru the tunnel. Nice stuff, but pricey. Conductive PTFE core, stainless braid wrap over the PTFE and a protective cover over the braid so it doesn’t chew up everything. The nice thing, it has the ID of -8 but the OD close to -6 so it fits a little easier.

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WinRice,
After playing tetris with the fuel pump behind the tank putting it inside the tank looks more appealing all the time. That fab work is awesome!!
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WinRice,
After playing tetris with the fuel pump behind the tank putting it inside the tank looks more appealing all the time. That fab work is awesome!!
Thanks!

I tried the rigid dual 1/2" line down the tunnel and it was a PITA. Then looked at all the flex options and settled on the TechAFX stuff. Pricey, but should last forever. I only wanted to do it once.....

The wife calls my gas tank the Master's Thesis......LOL It took way longer than I thought with my limited time.
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