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operation k5 buggy build
I am going to be welding up the exhaust this weekend, hopefully i can use my blazer tank and see if its dimensions will work with my: exhaust, rear axle, rear driveline, rear winch mount, future shock placements, and rear traction bar
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Should have a better idea if the blazer tank will work
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If not, I have a couple of saddle tanks you are welcome to have. Smile
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Ill keep that in mind mark. I will only be able to use them if there is an aftermarket mpfi pump (multi port fuel injected, for those wondering what that stands for) for the saddle tanks.
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If you already have a EFI tank you can just switch the pump out for a higher PSI / volume pump that your new MPFI requires. Plenty of after market support. I would not use a non EFI tank if possible, most EFI tanks have baffles and a low spot for the pick up so your pump doesn't starve on a hill, stopping and such. Just my .02
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Cool! Thanks for the heads up. I would prefer to use the blazer efi tank just because its dimensions will likely have the best chance at fitting in my frame w/o hitting stuff
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I still have a 42 in a Suburban at my house for the moment as well.
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