Any idea on the hpfp and the lpfp to AN adaptors needed so I can make my own fuel lines? I've had a hard time finding adaptors with the exception of some Honda AN adaptors for their fuel lines but don't know if they'd fit the Hyundai's setup.
The screw on type are what I use and my hazmat endorsement would agree it might be a tiny bit volatile. 😳🔥😂Both ends. And I highly suggest the screw on type. Be sure to cinch down the fittings to not leak. 5 bar pressure in that line and fuel can be flammable at times I hear.
So how did it go?I hope the throttle freezes open and the back of the intake valves are cleaned by ice pellets! ;-)
Will see what the iats are on meth when ambient is in the 40's this weekend! ;-)
On a side note the other day on methanol with the proper nozzle in the car the datalog was indicating the car making 280-290 whp. This would be ~40 whp higher than when the car did 12.989 @ 107.85 mph on water only on a mild tune.
10/24 and 10/25 will be 1/4 mile days! ;-) Been running mid 12's when it hooks in private testing and high 12's when it spins. 110+ mph on many passes. It's going to be interesting when I make this official on the track.....