……..”in the field” means the best ideas go into a heft version then finding issues creates the discovery to make a part perform even better.
Such was how the single aluminum over 50 gallon fuel tank has come about.
Or latest version takes off on what we have learned now bringing together a most interesting and refined tankWhy consider something like this? Ethanol additives in our fuels today (alcohol and water) will cause rust in our steel constructed fuel tanks. Throwing rust into filters, carbs and injectors in fuel injected motors. Many years of this attack, tanks have rust holes, nasty rusty tanks are filling filters. And with fuels today having a lower boiling point, washed out cylinders” thinned out crankcase oil, bummed up carbs, vapor lock all are drawbacks of using Ethanol laced oil.
These are big reasons to consider replacing these outdated design tanks.
Aldo running 4 1/2″ deep fuel tanks….no matter how many baffles or dumps you have….slosjinf from sid3 to side you will still have ‘dry wick” issues taking long turns or hill s.
On fuel injected motors shutting down if it misses fuel pressure….the FiTech brand “Forced Fuel” accumulator system all is a .4gallon holding tank to assure you will not loose fuel on a turn. EVERY fuel injected GMC motor still using the 4 1/2″ fuel tank design needs this Forced Fuel accumulator fuel delivers system
This system seeks to keep this .4 gallon container filled returning back to the tanks fuel in needed. The night pressure fuel injection pump is inside the Forced Fuel tank and puts high pressure straight to the throttle body and injectors. ANY fuel injection system on one of our coaches with these shallow tanks all would benefit from adding this component…..its @ $450
I have something to ask your guys help with…… I’ll get in to that tomorrow……see ya then