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Old 09-13-2001, 06:40 PM
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I would suggest that you fill your stock tank with fuel cell foam. this will stop 90-95% of the fuel movement towards the rear of the tank.

The next thing you can do is to weld in a small reservoir for your fuel pick up point. This will have to be about 2 inches deep by 6 inches square and have very straight sides. When the foam is installed over this you should be able to maintain fuel at the pickup point at all times.

The return line should not be near the pickup point. The returning fuel is somewhat heated and you wish this to go to a location away from the pickup to allow some cooling time.

Hope this helps.
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Richard Hudgins
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