I run a BBRC fuel tank with dual in tank Magnafuel 4303's. The tank was originally designed for a single 4303, but ended up needing to add a second pump when I switched to E85 and this was the best way for me. Just made new mounting brackets and changed the plumbing. I have the older style tank with the mounting plate for the pump on the bottom of the fuel tank. I believe the newer style has the plate on the top of the tank. I don't have any pictures of the pumps installed, but they are mounted to the large plate on the bottom, inside the tank.
I have a BBRC 14 gallon cell, it is a well made piece. I am going to use Aeromotive's new brushless 5.0 external pump. Supposedly this pump will support about 1800 horsepower on E85 and not heat the fuel if I find myself doing some street driving. I am going to plumb it all with ultra-pro hose this winter.
Eventually I want to run a seperate small fuel cell under the hood with a few gallons of methanol and a separate pump. I'd like to be able to either switch the lines with Jiffy Tite quick disconnects or possibly just run two sets of injectors and trigger the Holley EFI to go over to the straight methanol fuel system at a certain throttle position.
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