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celica-fiend
04-22-2006, 09:02 AM
First up, Ive a Holley Volumax dual Inlet/Outlet fuel filter, New In Box.. will have a couple small scuffs etc.. from being handled over the last couple years, but lives in its box 99% of the time and is as new. comes with 4 -08AN fittings.. heres the Holley spiel from their website:

"VoluMAX fuel filters have a very high flow capacity and feature a washable stainless steel, 60? micron filter element. The two?piece black anodized billet aluminum housing is CNC machined and can be rotated 360? to accommodate any required port alignment. A 3/8" mounting stud with lock washer and nut is provided to mount on your bracket."

http://www.frasertechnicalservices.com/celica-fiend/bbposts/sales/volumax.jpg

Summit and others sell for 130 USD, this pretty piece of fuel filtering bling can be yours for $100 CDN + shipping.

Next up is a Purolator fuel regulator, also NIB, retail for 20 CDN, for you, the low low price of $10, comes with a couple fittings, hose and clamps in the container..

http://www.frasertechnicalservices.com/celica-fiend/bbposts/sales/nibreg.jpg

Ive a second fuel reg, same as the one above, but Mr. Gasket brand and used for 2 years.. $5 + shipping.

http://www.frasertechnicalservices.com/celica-fiend/bbposts/sales/usedreg.jpg

Lastly, 1 Purolator electric fuel pump for carb use, model Pro #42S. 3.5PSI with internal pressure relief, worked fine when I removed it from my car a few years ago.. retail for $45 USD, selling for $15 + shipping.

http://www.frasertechnicalservices.com/celica-fiend/bbposts/sales/pump.jpg

All prices obo, payment via Paypal, Money Order or Email Transfer, shipping thru Canada Post, Expedited Parcel

celica-fiend
04-30-2006, 07:25 PM
buy my stuff

celica-fiend
05-19-2006, 10:41 PM
make the piles of stuff in my house go down.. by buying my stuff.

Brett

celica-fiend
05-30-2006, 12:31 PM
bump

Brett

Howie
05-30-2006, 10:42 PM
how does the fuel reg help high end fade?

celica-fiend
05-31-2006, 12:18 AM
it's probably not going to do much for any type of high end fade I can think of.. webers and the like typically only like 3-4 PSI of fuel though, and many pumps will do over this .. so you'd use the reg to step it down..

Brett

celica-fiend
08-10-2006, 10:16 AM
bump

celica-fiend
12-13-2006, 09:24 PM
back from the dead bump

81corollaVI
12-14-2006, 12:18 PM
If you descide to make a trip up to Nanaimo for any reason. And they still havent sold. I'll take the pump and new and regulator off your hands.

celica-fiend
12-14-2006, 01:01 PM
I'll keep that in mind.. ditto if you come down this way for any reason..

Brett