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Custom fuell cell relocation kit


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58 minutes ago, RandomTask said:

Allowed? Due to the no funnels allowed rule, need a better fill spot.  ATL wants ~$650 to relocate the filler spout. I can CNC a plate and relocate for way cheaper. Rules mention not being able to alter stock tanks but is it acceptable for aftermarket?


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This must be a fuel cell without the deformable bladder?

Pics would help, show where you want it and where it currently is?

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10 minutes ago, enginerd said:

This must be a fuel cell without the deformable bladder?

Pics would help, show where you want it and where it currently is?

No, it’s a fuel cell with a deformable bladder; it’s an ATL SP122B fuel cell.

 

 Basically, they sell this:

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/abt-tf703/overview/

 

This is half of what you need. I could build the oval piece for really cheap to save a couple hundred bucks.

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37 minutes ago, RandomTask said:

No, it’s a fuel cell with a deformable bladder; it’s an ATL SP122B fuel cell.

 

 Basically, they sell this:

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/abt-tf703/overview/

 

This is half of what you need. I could build the oval piece for really cheap to save a couple hundred bucks.

That cell has a centrally located fill plate. Are you moving the location of the fill plate or changing to a different fill plate?

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We have the same cell, we have modified our 6x10 filler plate to accommodate level sensor and different vent. Both installed using ATL parts with appropriate rollover valves/ bulkhead fittings. We did not move or alter our filler neck.

 

IF it was me, id purchase a 6X10 pre drilled with an ATL filler neck then build what i needed off of that. That way you have a ATL filler neck with a flapper on it the way it should be. Vents and stuff are as simple as the proper fittings with rollover valves and punching the appropriate holes.

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