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Fuel Setup Parts Sold [syd]

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- 2L surge tank

- 2x Bosch 979 external fuel pumps (with brackets)

- 1x GTR pump (mounted externally, with bracket)

- Earls stainless steel braided lines

- Earls AN-6 and AN-8 fittings

- 2x Ryco fuel filters with brackets to mount in engine bay

The entire system, was supporting over 400kw at the wheels.

It was setup with a intank GTR pump (not included), feeding the surge. The 2nd GTR pump was mounted externally as an additional feed between tank and surge, with the two 979s down to the fuel rail - but can be used any way you want.

Surge tank has a top vent (AN6), three outlets at the top (AN6), and three outlets at the bottom (AN8) - all use Earls fittings.


Located in Western Sydney, pickup available there or Hurstville.

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(NB: 2nd pic is all the dash 6 hoses, which are also shown in the bottom left of the first pic)

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how long have the pumps been empty of fuel for? looks to be an awesomely priced setup!

Just over a month now. I gave the pump outlets a squirt of WD40 and taped all them up so should be fine in storage.

Pics to come, the hoses enabled me to place the surge tank on the right side of my boot next to the Attessa pump, with the fuel pumps on the boot floor where the spare tyre used to be.

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