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Old 07-03-07, 03:25 PM
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AI tank placement

Im working on my methanol injection setup and i am trying to figure out how to mount everything. The car will see light duty at the track so i want to make sure it will pass tech. How should i go about mounting the methanol tank? I was origonally going to put it in the rear bins. Also, do i need to run one of those plastic fuel cells? I did a bit of searching but i havent come up with much.

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if you are going to run 100% methanol you need a fuel cell not a plastic jug w a screw-on top. that is fine for water injection and a 50-50 mix which won't burn... not alcohol.

consider it exactly the same as gasoline.

here's what i run along w all stainless steel braided lines and brass fittings..


$145 for a 4 gallon cell. more expensive yes, but...

please see my thread regarding compnent location for further help.


good luck and i know you will get hooked on the alcohol. i did.

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