September 15, 2019, 04:54:31 PM

Author Topic: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions  (Read 1950 times)

Offline freeskier7791

Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #30 on: August 16, 2019, 12:17:32 PM »
I am about to do a spare tire well fuel cell with internal surge tank and pump, tired of leaking fuel and cutting out in turns

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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #31 on: August 16, 2019, 12:39:06 PM »
I looked at that for the FD but the tire well is very shallow.

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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #32 on: August 17, 2019, 09:15:49 AM »
Radium makes an in tank surge tank for the FD.
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Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #33 on: August 22, 2019, 07:55:14 PM »
So..... final solution to the so called fuel issue was....... the lingenfelter conversion module from 58x-24x   

Made us crazy!  Because you canít really test it and canít view it while you drive.  So itís very difficult to diagnose.  While this module is a good unit, it lacks one important thing!!! Longer wires so that you can actually put it inside the cabin and not in the engine bay. 
Heat is the issue!! And my Car doesnít run hot thanks to good cooling system and 12 litres of oil.


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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #34 on: August 22, 2019, 09:01:05 PM »
Well that's an annoying issue.   Glad you sorted it!
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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #35 on: August 22, 2019, 09:07:41 PM »
^ it was very annoying..... thanks to my buddy a Schmitt tuning that went through the diagnosis process.  I donít have the time I used too, thanks to work and the kids.   Had to rely on a friend to take care of it. 

I see a stroker motor in my future!! With a 24 tooth reluctor wheel in the crank.  That should solve this module issue.  Lol


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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #36 on: August 22, 2019, 10:29:54 PM »
Sig gen and an o-scope would be needed to test the 24-58 box.

Glad you sorted it.
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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #37 on: August 23, 2019, 10:39:47 PM »
^ it was very annoying..... thanks to my buddy a Schmitt tuning that went through the diagnosis process.  I donít have the time I used too, thanks to work and the kids.   Had to rely on a friend to take care of it. 

I see a stroker motor in my future!! With a 24 tooth reluctor wheel in the crank.  That should solve this module issue.  Lol


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I'd do anything to get away from the weird 24x reluctor setup.
The 58x gives better resolution, and unlike the 24x, works well with most any standalone ECU.

My LS3 has a 24x wheel, which is warped and caused sync issues.  I ended up making a hub and mounting a 36-1 wheel on the crank pulley.  Next time the motor comes apart I'll install a 58x wheel and put the sensor back in the block.
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Re: Fuel slosh.... need help/opinions
« Reply #38 on: August 24, 2019, 04:18:20 PM »
^ it was very annoying..... thanks to my buddy a Schmitt tuning that went through the diagnosis process.  I donít have the time I used too, thanks to work and the kids.   Had to rely on a friend to take care of it. 

I see a stroker motor in my future!! With a 24 tooth reluctor wheel in the crank.  That should solve this module issue.  Lol


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I'd do anything to get away from the weird 24x reluctor setup.
The 58x gives better resolution, and unlike the 24x, works well with most any standalone ECU.

My LS3 has a 24x wheel, which is warped and caused sync issues.  I ended up making a hub and mounting a 36-1 wheel on the crank pulley.  Next time the motor comes apart I'll install a 58x wheel and put the sensor back in the block.

That sucks to hear! The reason I didnít switch to a newer pcm was that I purchased a new wiring harness when I did my swap and that my racelogic traction control is already wired in.  I didnít want to start from the beginning again. 


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LS2, H/C combo... ARE drysump
Race Logic traction Control and 4 wheel Stoptech BBK
3.73 gears installed in the stock diff  :o