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Radium Fuel Hanger Nissan R35 GTR Pumps Not Included Ti Automotive E5Lm

Radium Fuel Hanger Nissan R35 GTR Pumps Not Included Ti Automotive E5Lm

Regular price £862.50 GBP
Regular price £1,151.33 GBP Sale price £862.50 GBP
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SKU: 20-0552-00

The Radium Engineering fuel hanger completely replaces the factory in-tank fuel pump unit in the R35 GTR and permits up to three 39mm diameter aftermarket pumps (brushed or brushless) to supply fuel to the engine. No permanent vehicle modifications are required for installation. The pumps are housed in an aluminum collector box that is kept full during operation. This ensures that fuel starvation does not occur, even during aggressive driving. The fuel pump outlet port is -10AN ORB female threaded, while the return port is -8AN ORB female threaded. The system is compatible with alternative fuels such as methanol, ethnaol, E85, etc

-Drop-In OEM Replacement
-Permits 1, 2, or 3 Pumps
-Fuel Starvation Protection
-Integrated 1-Way Fill Valve
-High Current Electrical Hardware
-Compatible with Various Pumps
-Anodized Aluminum Construction
-10AN ORB Threaded Outlet Port
-8AN ORB Threaded Return Port
-6-Hole Fuel Return Diverter
-Anodized Aluminum Collector Box
-Fuel Resistant Tubing and Wiring
-OEM Hard Line Compatible
-Stainless Steel Hardware
-Gasoline, Methanol, and Ethanol Compliant
The GT-R saddle bag style fuel tank uses two OEM venturi jet pumps. They supply fuel from both sides of the tank to the OEM pump bucket and are driven by fuel returning from the regulator. When the fuel pumps are upgraded, these venturi jet pumps become a restriction in the return line, resulting in elevated fuel pressures and unreliable regulator performance. By reconfiguring the venturi jet pump plumbing, Radium Engineering has kept their functions without impacting the returning fuel from the regulator. This allows the pumps to be upgraded without fuel pressure concerns.
1. Depending on fuel pressure, the venturi jet pumps will consume 15-45 LPH. Take this fuel loss into consideration when sizing the fuel pumps.
2. If it is important for fuel pressure to hold steady after the engine is shut down, install one of these CHECK VALVES somewhere in the fuel system.


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