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SandyBill

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    ER34 GTT
  1. I'm maybe thinking more along the lines of a small I.D silicone fuel resistant hose (small motor fuel hose) line the exposed wiring/solder joint with something like https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/permatex-permatex-fuel-resistant-gasket-sealant-85420/356517.html and slip the silicone fuel resistant hose over it. the gasket sealant is non hardening so should keep even a slightly loose hose in place permanently as the sealant wont harden. Best I can come up with man hope it helps!
  2. Most automotive heat shrink will either expand or dissolve over time in the tank so you would need some kind of fuel resistant heat shrink. Don't know if a marine spares might carry something
  3. Just wanted to see if anyone has run a GTX3071r with the larger 1.01a/r twin Scroll housing and if it went well or would go well on an Rb25 / neo
  4. Hey man, the circular dampener looking thing is a replacement pressure relief, stock Nissan item found on gtr's and comes with all tomei and nismo fuel pumps I believe to replace the factory plastic relief. No soldering required for this, plugged straight into the standard fuel hat plug. Have done the direct battery feed mod for the pump and the jet pump to the left in the picture is just insurance for the old stock plastic thing that draws fuel from the opposite hump side of the tank.
  5. Hey just wanted to add this image here as there is none floating about on the correct layout for the sard jet pump in case anyone got confused by the manual on an R34 GTT 1999. Hope it can help someone out someday.
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