Fuel cell BTDTs?

Shawn Manny shawn.manny at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 09:09:05 EST 2005

Matt, cut out your old patch and just weld a new piece over the hole.
I used a dremel tool on mine to keep the cut width small, after
bending though it still required some fill welding...glad I had a pro
(Sponsor plug) Izzy's Custom Cages do it for me..

On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 18:14:29 -0800 (PST), Tony Hoffman
<tfh400036 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just wrote up an article on the repair I did to mine. It is a permenant fix, and you will never again have to worry about the in tank filter plugging up. Another lister just followed it and fixed his (Shawn Manny). He may also have some tips in addition to what I wrote.
> My article is on audiv8q.com in the misc articles section. There are also pictures to show what you are dealing with.
> As far as the fuel cell, your filler neck is part of the tank, so you might have to do some "modification" to use it. The cavity where the tank sits is pretty straight, so you shouldn't have too much problem finding one to fit.
> Hope this helps,
> Tony Hoffman
> Matt Suffern <msuffern at lycos.com> wrote:
> I've had it up to here with dealing with the perennially clogged fuel tank in my car. I'm going fuel cell shopping. Any
> recommendations/experiences with a particular brand? Any BTDTs would be very helpful. I'm going to try to find one that fits in
> the fuel tank cavity behind the seats as best I can, but if I have to sacrifice some trunk space, so be it.
> Thanks,
> Matt
> Chapel Hill, NC
> '86 4kq
> '72 240Z
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