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Fuel Cell in a Neon

 
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lansingsportsrage.com



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 5:29 pm    Post subject: Fuel Cell in a Neon Reply with quote

I know a couple people have had issues with this.. we just went through it also.. I thought I'd share what I learned.

Take one Ford Frame Mount Fuel Pump.. its a stock pump, its about $89 at Advance or your favorite parts store. This is an electric inline pump, makes about 90 psi.

http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?MfrCode=MST&MfrPartNumber=E2000&PartType=52&PTSet=A

Or you can get one in a salvage yard off a wasted Ford for about $35.. we went new, but if your looking for options, search the yard for one of these:

1986 AEROSTAR

1985 - 1989 F-250 PICKUP
1985 - 1989 BRONCO

1987 - 1989 F-350 PICKUP
1986 - 1988 BRONCO II

1984 - 1986 LTD
1986 - 1991 E-150 ECONOLINE

1983 - 1985 MUSTANG
1986 - 1991 E-250 ECONOLINE

1985 - 1988 RANGER
1987 - 1991 E-350 ECONOLINE

1983 - 1984 THUNDERBIRD
1985 - 1989 F-150 PICKUP

LINCOLN
1983 - 1984 CONTINENTAL

1984 MARK VII
MERCURY
1983 - 1985 CAPRI

1984 - 1986 MARQUIS
1983 - 1984 COUGAR

MERKUR
1985 - 1989 XR4TI

One Fuel Pressure Regulator.. purchased from Advanced JPM Parts inline adjustable fuel regulator.. $29.99 shipped.

http://www.advancedjdmparts.com/product.php?productid=16903&cat=536&page=1

We ran 6 inches of line from the cell to the pump.. 3 inches from the pump to the filter.. another 6 inches to the regulator.. from the regulator into the stock line to the motor. the bypass runs 18 inches back to the top of the cell.

$120 total including fittings, barbs and clamps... works like a charm.

Thanks to John Ward for the tip.
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superfast14



Joined: 08 Jan 2007
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I wish my fuel line was $120!!

I think I got just that in fittings! Twisted Evil
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