Big Motor Top Loader !!
It looks like you have (2) vents, one standard RCI rollover vent, and the other next to the filler tube?TruBlu351 said:All your aftermarket cells don't have the return lines submerged in the fuel. They just have an 8AN fitting in the top of the cell and it just squirts in :hy: When I only have a few litres of fuel in mine it sounds like a waterfall! Most cells will have foam in there too which helps it to settle down.
I know those BG pumps are a little different as the return line is on the actual pump instead of the reg in the engine bay....but I have a concern with running a smaller 3/8 return line than the 1/2" main feed....as per Mallory specs. Most return lines are at least the same size to avoid any back pressure. Does BG say thats OK?
Does your pump cavitate (suck air) with a full tank or close to empty? Mine does when under brakes with an almost empty tank as I have a rear pickup.
I had to get a rego tag welded to my RCI fuel cell to make it legal.....and had to get it chemically cleaned with a certificate saying it was fuel free....about 80 freakin bucks.
Slap one of these puppies in :hehe:
Where have you got your rollover vent plumbed to, alluminum or steel line?
i'm after some of this line for my other taxi, where can i buy?
I was filling up my RCI fuel cell one day and after i had finished and replaced the cap, i heard the rollover ball going spastic.. fuel started pouring out of the rollover vent line which was plumbed with -8 line to under the car.
I may have filled it too high, as car was on a slight angle leaning towards rollover vent. At least 5 litres or more came out until i opened the cap and rolled the car to level ground!!
Whats even more wierd, is i extended this line and gave it a few coils along the way to outside the car... it still seeps a little fuel here and there.. WTF?