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About Jboogsthethug

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  • Birthday 05/26/1992

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  1. Man what a motivational video! Dang, I am impressed at the seeming acceleration that engine is putting out! You get up and go!
  2. That is pretty neat ha, I already have my other surge tank installed but that is an interesting concept to try out in the future! I do plan on racing. Thanks for the input, this is what I was wondering about! I did talk to another user on here (wrcbonk) and he used the stock return line for the venting canister as his fuel return. That has a much bigger diameter, so I think I'll try that out! If that doesn't work, then I'll try out your solution as it is preferable to draining the tank, drilling a hole for the adapter I referenced, and then cleaning the shards out ha.
  3. That's exactly what I was wondering. Did you just block off the 1/4 original return line? As far as the Vent line you left behind, did you just run a line out the top and underneath to the back of the car so you don't get fumed out? I plan on also using the stock outlet to supply my ST. I believe I can visualize what you're talking about without photos, thank you so much!
  4. Thanks for the heads up! I plan on rearranging later on and have currently just done it similar to his. How did you connect your hose to the tank for the return from the Surge?
  5. I've asked this on 5thGen's thread, but no reply yet and I'd like to move forward soon. If you look over his 1st page about removing the evap tank, I'm not sure exactly how he did it. I'm also not sure how he connected the -6AN Fitting that comes from the top driver's side outlet on the surge tank to the inlet on the gas tank. From what I'm understanding, it goes to an inlet that is much too small. Has anyone else done this? My thought would be to use an adapter (Like this: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/vpe-16892?seid=srese1&gclid=CjwKCAjw8NfrBRA7EiwAfiVJpWgvs863kF2WgH_YOME5HUUOxOF0s8TI0HXcfFaaPvXiXeFHR-YUQhoCmJcQAvD_BwE), but I feel like with how thorough 5thgen is he would've mentioned that. Leads me to believe he easily hooked it up without needing adapters. Any info/ideas are much appreciated! Here are a few more shots of the setup.
  6. Does anyone else have any insight? I'm not sure if 5thgen is active on the forums anymore. My thought would be to use an adapter (Like this: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/vpe-16892?seid=srese1&gclid=CjwKCAjw8NfrBRA7EiwAfiVJpWgvs863kF2WgH_YOME5HUUOxOF0s8TI0HXcfFaaPvXiXeFHR-YUQhoCmJcQAvD_BwE), but I feel like with how thorough 5thgen is he would've mentioned that. Leads me to believe he easily hooked it up without needing adapters.
  7. So I am trying to figure this out, the line that comes from the top of the surge tank (Top left from your pics) and goes to the inlet on the main tank, what inlet are you referring to? Is it this one I've circled? If so, did you buy an adapter to make the hose fit? I'm doing pretty much the exact same thing as you and I'm stuck on this piece ha.
  8. Actually, what did you do with the hole in the filler neck? Just plug it up?
  9. How was the hill climb?? I read that there was a motorcyclist who died during it this year, pretty sad but at least he died doing something he loved.
  10. Hey I don't know the exact color you posted but it looks a lot like the Mazda Red, or just a candy apple red in my opinion. It is a sexy color!
  11. Thanks for the points! That's smart, I plan on eventually getting larger brakes for both front and back, maybe I'll grab a smaller temp MC and take the 1" off and keep the two smaller MCs. Either that or I'll just do 3 months of leg days ha.
  12. Awesome!! I just read through it, that seems like a solid alternative to just deleting the vapor tank.
  13. Interesting, that’s the first I’ve heard of one of these! Is this what you’re talking about? https://m.autozone.com/collision-body-parts-and-hardware/fuel-tank-vent-valve/dorman-fuel-tank-vent-valve-911-738/honda/civic/907762_0_0?aqs=
  14. Hey @5thgenluder, I can’t find details on this in the thread: how did you block off the evap tank? Did you just connect the lines to each other? And what did you do with the filler neck hole? Any problems with fuel overall?
  15. @tube80z thanks for all that info! I decided on 1” front MC and 7/8” rear, I’ll decide how much I like it but I think it will feel nice! I actually just finished my setup today, I just need to attach the pedal to the MCs now! I’ll post pics of my setup, I’m happy with it so far and I’m hoping I got the clearances all correct
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