with the amount of power RB26's will be producing and considering future upgrading I have to increase fuel system efficiency setup that will be up to the task of delivery enough fuel. As well as, I wanted a close to stock looking boot .First I modified spare well pics are in previous post. Second, I modified tank, I striped all the old hoses and sending unit. Then cut tank’s upper half and clean inside tank, plenty of rust shuffled then I welded internal bars as a support to protect it from crashs and welded small plates as fuel baffle to protect fuel pump from sucking air and keep itself full at all times thus, prevents fuel starvation in cornering and accelerating. Fabricate new metal upper cover, welded and leak tested. Made vent line
Bought Toyota supra fuel hunger and welbro455 fuel pump but for now I installed Toyota chaser turbo fuel pump just for starting and trial test purpose. drilled hole in the tank and fabricate two ring adapter plates, the lower one welded with bolts and wielded on the tank the other ring holder for seal hunger. The pump right now sits about a half inch from the bottom of the tank, it should be perfect.
I also upgraded old rubber filler nick and cap with 1.5 inch flexible steel hose one end welded into the tank hole the other end fitted into rubber hose to cap’s nick and firmly clamped at both ends.
I do have a pretty tank now