Actual Corolla work Part: 1 Friday 11 March, 2011

The real work begins! (Reminder to click the title to view the posts and not the Image)… The other night when it was absolutely gorgeous out I felt the insatiable urge to start to work on the car. I headed over to the garage around 1am and got the car up on rear jackstands. This […]

The real work begins! (Reminder to click the title to view the posts and not the Image)…

The other night when it was absolutely gorgeous out I felt the insatiable urge to start to work on the car. I headed over to the garage around 1am and got the car up on rear jackstands. This is the first time I’ve had a chance to really look under the car and as you can see from the photos that follow… WOW. The car is ridiculously clean and makes me actually enjoy working on the under side. I disconnected the fuel lines and removed the tank from the vehicle. I attempted to us an MK3 supra tank (figured it was laying there why not try?) it does not work… haha. It was too long, no biggie I have the proper tank to use as you saw in the last post. I also have just ordered the GTS fuel pump bracket (80$ shipped, and it was only the third one I could find, and the cheapest!?!).  I will be mounting a stock sc300 pump on the fuel bracket and installing it. The fuel line situation…

The stock feed line on the chassis will now become the Return Line.

I have purchase a 25′ spool of 3/8″ hard fuel line which will now become the feed line, going up to a supra fuel filter that will be mounted in the engine bay.

And the old Braided stainless FPR by-pass line from my supra will go form the fuel filter to the Fuel Rail on the Blacktop 4age.

That’s it for now, enjoy the photos and expect another update perhaps this weekend if not by the early days of next week!

 

 

 

-Ryan

 


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