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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 11:56 am 
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johnyboy1976 wrote:
Does anyone have any recommendations on fuel filters for my build??
Would you use a 2 filter set up or just the one??


For your car I'd go with 2 for no other reason than because you can 8)

After some minor research I like the look of fuel lab filters. Aeromotive seem to be the ones to go for but they are mega expensive.

Edit - I seem to remember a US company called Holy or holey or something like that which did some good looking stuff.

This has plenty to choose from

http://www.jegs.com/c/Fuel-Carbs-Intake ... 3/10002/-1

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:03 pm 
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Cheers for the link Nial :)
Yer id been looking at Fuelab ones - mainly because they come in nice colours :lol:
But yeah think ill have a pre and post pump filter set up

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:07 pm 
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What set up are you going for? scavenger pump to a swirl pot etc etc?

Dont you have two in line filters in parallel? as a back up so if one gets blocked or reduced flow you dont suffer fuel problems at the injectors???

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:14 pm 
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I have a SARD fuel collector can with built in 265lph pump and then my Bosch 044 along with the Wolfkatz 1000cc injectors and rail and SARD FPR - will also be using aerospace / earls fittings and braided lines

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Well after 5 months my new alloy sump , L19 head bolts and samco hoses finally arrived.
Just need to buy a controller for the EWP , MSD ignition system & coil and some subframes for my seats.
Rental should be sorted out very soon so as well as being able to buy these bits ill be able to start paying for the engine build itself

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:31 pm 
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Some more pics of the bits ive accumulated recently

Bride seats & takata harness's
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Motec dash / datalogger
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Davies Craig electric water pump & controller
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mocal gearbox cooler & braided lines
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PIAA angel eye foglights
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Polished rocker cover with aeroguip fittings
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Samco hoses
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ARP L19 head bolts
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Moroso sump
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Ikeya sequential shifter kit
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John - Nice bits!

Is that Moroso sump for a rev 3/ St205 bottom end? It looks like St185 suitable (and I wasn't aware Morosoi made a St205 version?)

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how this shiter kit should work, some autators or strictly mehanicaly... thx..


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Ref the Ikeya i have no clue - i only buy the things but maybe others can elaborate

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Ref the Ikeya i have no clue - i only buy the things but maybe others can elaborate

Have a look here:
http://www.ikeya-f.co.jp/en/product_notice/sequen_shifter.html

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John is the shifter 205 specific ?


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banzaibaz wrote:
John is the shifter 205 specific ?

No...it's for an Evo.

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Ikeya EVO shifter is what Adrian fitted to his Gen7 GT4X so it can be persuaded to work :-D

For a minute I thought all of those great parts were in the For Sale section .......LOL :-o

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Looking good John, love the seats and shifter :). i will post up some pics of my build as soon as I get my smartphone working or a decent camera. It seems I have the later gen4 block fitted to my 205, according to Tim at TB at least..


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Looking good John.
Your car is deff 1 to keep a look out for when its ready ;)
Loads of choice bits in there to be with the best.

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