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Old 12-09-2018, 03:36 AM
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Default Fuel station solved.Drop in fuel plate.

Anybody get fuel starvation on left-hand corners or boosted under half a tank?
. I've designed a plate that easily drops inside the fuel tank covering the fuel bowl eliminating any fuel slosh which causes fuel starvation to your engine.
100% cheap fix. No need for expensive external loud pumps.
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Looks like a good idea for fuel slosh, although that's only half the problem. The refill slots at the bottom of the bowl, which is a major problem for big power guys aren't large enough to supply fuel fast enough to the fuel bowl if below a half a tank. The pumps draw too much fuel too fast.
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Originally Posted by Spoolin View Post
Looks like a good idea for fuel slosh, although that's only half the problem. The refill slots at the bottom of the bowl, which is a major problem for big power guys aren't large enough to supply fuel fast enough to the fuel bowl if below a half a tank. The pumps draw too much fuel too fast.
That's easy the slot can be easily made bigger using a large flat screwdriver.


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I've thought about trying to get my tin snips in there and try to trim the slots out larger. I'd use a dremel and grinding tip but excess fumes and all..... LOL
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Looks a lot like the setup from "Road racer".


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This seems like a lot of work. Why not just get a surge tank?
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Surely this is easier to do than a Surge tank?
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Originally Posted by soulicious View Post
This seems like a lot of work. Why not just get a surge tank?
20 minutes install time .Haha that's like having a cup of tea in the UK.Plus external pumps are really loud.

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I have a Radium surge tank which has two pumps (staged) mounted inside of it so you barely hear them except when priming. After my original response, I realized that you have to fold your piece to get it into that tank. Good luck.
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also should be 20$ not several hundred for an external fuel pump
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