posted October 06, 2002 07:39 AM
How do you vent your fuel cell? I've used a rubber hose that ends below the bottom of the cell, the idea being that if the car gets on its top the vent hose is above the fuel level in the cell. Any suggestions? Thanks!
------------------ Middle aged wannabe racer!
posted October 06, 2002 09:02 AM
most classes require A check valve in case of rollover so no fuel would leak anyway and #2 with the hose below the fuel cell if you fill it too full you will have fuel leaking when you are right side up you will see alot of cars getting blacked flag for leaking fuel because of this i run a hose from the check vale up under where the speakers used to go then i either put a filter on the end or a pcv valve
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posted October 06, 2002 01:07 PM
My fuel cell has an AN8 male fitting for the vent so I just clamped one of those 5/8" mini breather filters from Day Motorsports onto it.
rico 08 Member
posted October 07, 2002 12:10 PM
a 3/8 peice of hose with an inline filter to keep out the dirt.
Dirt Racer #E40 Member
posted October 07, 2002 09:01 PM
I have mine coming out of the top of the cell going to the inside of the fender well. I have a PCV valve on the end of it.
------------------ Shawn Bagby Econo #40 at Rocky Mountain National Speedway in Denver Colorado http://www.Rollover-Racing.com
posted October 08, 2002 03:13 PM
Thanks for all the help, Great website Shawn!