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08-05-2013 09:31 AM
SlimShady Side question for Tom.

Did you figure out how to wire the fuel level sender on the ATL Well cell to the stock gauge?
08-03-2013 08:35 PM
1turbofocus With hi boost you need the return system to go up in fuel psi 1 to 1 the stock system does not have the ability to do this

Adjustable regulator is the only way to do this , a modified canister wouldnt work because you wouldnt want two bleeds letting off fuel

Tom
08-03-2013 06:51 PM
iminhell Then wouldn't it be better to say the canister is the issue (the bleed port) and not the fuel system?

Guess I don't see that it'd be that difficult to design a simple top hat with less volume bleed-off, or something like a progressive volume bleed-off.
I mean you're going to be modifying the top hat anyways right?
08-01-2013 10:57 PM
1turbofocus The problem isnt the tune and or how to use it , the problem is the return fuel system built into the canister

I can get the fuel psi to come up by 50% on a boosted car but thats all it can do because of the design of the canister

Tom
08-01-2013 10:16 PM
iminhell
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Originally Posted by 700whpfocus View Post
if u get a well cell, where would your spare tire go?

LMAO

If you're going this far, I highly doubt you'd have a spare with. Racecar and all.


Having only played a little with it, I still feel the better was is to tune for a large volume pump correctly, with the pump tables. Understanding them can be difficult though.
08-01-2013 06:56 PM
700whpfocus if u get a well cell, where would your spare tire go?
08-01-2013 10:43 AM
1turbofocus Surge tank will work but where are you going to place it , by the time you do this you have spent what a well cell would cost

Tom
08-01-2013 09:52 AM
700whpfocus y not a surge tank set up ? go fuel return while keeping the ford pump in the tank ( ford gt) and having an external fuel pump like the aeromotive a1000
01-01-2011 06:03 PM
1turbofocus The tank is positioned where a sump would be to low and would make it unprotected

Tom
12-30-2010 02:17 PM
700whpfocus
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Originally Posted by Turbo Turtle View Post
a duratec has an alum tank. idk why some one hasnt just got on of those and welded a drop sump on it... seems a lot more simple.. if i were doing it again that is what i would do. even if you didnt want to weld to something that had fuel in it just go to a dealer and by a new one. still wont cost you 2k dollars.
what about adding a sump and conections to make it a return set up?
topspeed......try that. it may just work!
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