Wiring and fuel line routing

Routing the fuel line turned out to be a little bit more difficult than I thought it would be and I was stuck trying to decide which way I wanted it to go.


Pulling the fuel tank. The in-tank pump made it really easy to drain it :V




Where I’d originally planned to put the fuel line. On the trunk side, it’s too high and exposed, and on the cabin side it’s also too high and interferes with the back seat.


The little dot in the bottom-middle is where the line will go through the firewall


I decided to have the line pass through this step (the big red thing) which is actually a big square channel beam that the differential hangs off from. That’s also why I had to remove the gas tank, or else the drill wouldn’t be able to go through it squarely



1/8″ bit going through the square channel to illustrate about where it is. The fuel line will pass through it, and then re enter the cabin under the rear seat. It should only be exposed to outside for about 1 foot, and runs just above the passenger side inner CV axle


Also the friendly UPS man delivered my LC-1 wideband controller 🙂

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