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Old 03-18-2023, 12:57 AM
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They found a good spot for the Motion Raceworks E85 flex fuel sensor. Itís right above the tank mounted to the brace that holds the fuel strap. It will be on the -8 ptfe return line right before the pump.
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Looks good, nice work. So you didn't end up using the hellcat pump? What dissuaded you?

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Looks good, nice work. So you didn't end up using the hellcat pump? What dissuaded you?
Thanks! Funkhouser race cars is doing a great job on the car. No I didn’t use the hellcat pump. It’s actually for sale for a very good price in the classifieds. I plan on going with a 88mm-94mm single turbo or possibly twin 70mm-78mm next year so I’m planning ahead for fuel system. Better to have too much fuel than to be cutting it close.

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I guess I was more curious as to why you chose Holley's instead of adding a second Hellcat pump. Understand completely on wanting to have plenty of fuel!

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Coil brackets are done. Making progress. The Terminator X will be going in soon.

If anyone needs a set of these coil brackets let me know and I’ll get a price. Same for the remote power steering brackets.

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Looking good!

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