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Thread: WTB: Good condition AE86 gas tank stock

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    WTB: Good condition AE86 gas tank stock

    Went to drop the tank today and accidently bent one of the fuel hardlines on the stock.

    Want to buy a good condition used/new replacement, no rusted swiss cheese ones please, I already have enough of those.
    '80 MX32 sedan |'83 AE71 wagon |'84 AE86 hatch
    '85 AE86 coupe |'86 AE86 hatch |'86 AE86 coupe
    '88 MR2 S/C |'86 S12 hatch |'88 Silvia K's
    '91 Z30 Soarer '92 JZS147 Aristo |'92 S13 coupe
    '93 R33 Skyline |'98 S14 kouki


    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMatic View Post
    Is dyno like 200 for the hp if mustang shifts but 300 if corolla shifts?

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    You should save your money for insurance. I got a good zenki tank you can check out but no hard lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tru3no View Post
    You should save your money for insurance. I got a good zenki tank you can check out but no hard lines.
    That's why I'm selling the 2JZ lol, that's my insurance money right there.

    Also, I meant a fuel pump stock, not a stock gas tank lol. I don't need another zenki, I already have 4 kouki tanks.
    '80 MX32 sedan |'83 AE71 wagon |'84 AE86 hatch
    '85 AE86 coupe |'86 AE86 hatch |'86 AE86 coupe
    '88 MR2 S/C |'86 S12 hatch |'88 Silvia K's
    '91 Z30 Soarer '92 JZS147 Aristo |'92 S13 coupe
    '93 R33 Skyline |'98 S14 kouki


    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMatic View Post
    Is dyno like 200 for the hp if mustang shifts but 300 if corolla shifts?

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    If u bent the line coming out of the pump houseing you can cut it out and solder a new feed in your fuel pump holder. I have done this before and it worked amazing. I just removed the old feed line out of the plate and put a piece of hardline I bent through and soldered it like you would a copper pipe. That was 3 years ago and it is still in my 4runner running great. I think I spent under $20 in fittings and line to connect up to a good factory location.

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