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Old 09-16-2019, 04:44 PM   #155
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Surge tank anyone?
How is this setup working? Are you liking it? I was debating this vs the radium twin intake setup.
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Old 09-17-2019, 11:20 AM   #156
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How is this setup working? Are you liking it? I was debating this vs the radium twin intake setup.
Love it! Not worrying about fuel starvation is awesome. I canít say how it compares to their dual hanger setup but they even claim on their website that itís not a fix for fuel starvation. Having a return system and much better flirtation compared to the stock fuel setup are also big pluses in my book. Please note PTFE lines and fittings arenít cheap though...
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Old 09-17-2019, 12:57 PM   #157
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Yea I'm not worried about lines. Do you have pictures of how you routed the lines from factory hat to the tank? also from the tank to the front? I'd love to get some ideas.
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Old 09-17-2019, 01:05 PM   #158
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Feed and return lines are run underneath the car in a similar place to the OE lines. The lines from the stock tank to surge tank just go underneath the rear drivers side passenger seat (nobody sits there) to the trunk. If you look close you can see fuel lines in this exhaust clip but I'll try to get some better pics for you.
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Old 09-26-2019, 09:57 PM   #159
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JRZ RS2 coilovers installed and corner balanced yesterday. Coming from RSR sport 6K front and 7K rear suspension. After a bit of driving it's safe to say the limits of grip have definitley been increased, you feel A LOT more of the road with 50% stiffer springs, 9K front and 11K rear. I'm pleasantly surprised that the ride over big bumps is improved and less harsh. I think it will be a big improvement at tracks like Buttonillow. I kept purposely driving over big reflectors on the center line and could barely feel them.

Car ended up being a little lighter than I thought, only 3112 LBS with a full tank and me in the car (I'm 190). Maybe new shocks are a bit lighter but I thought it would be closer to 3150. I have full interior, AC, surge tank in the trunk, plus all tools and spare.
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Old 09-27-2019, 02:29 AM   #160
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What's teh advantage of the radium hanger? I currently have a Dw300c on my LS3 BRZ and under hard acceleration when I get off and back on the throttle, my car is hesitating. I am troubleshooting it but have yet to find the issue. Is there a particular reason why you went with the hanger?
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What's teh advantage of the radium hanger? I currently have a Dw300c on my LS3 BRZ and under hard acceleration when I get off and back on the throttle, my car is hesitating. I am troubleshooting it but have yet to find the issue. Is there a particular reason why you went with the hanger?
This hanger would be the proper solution for slosh issues. Also it is a way to increase the amount of fuel pump you need rather quickly vs messing with the fuel tank setup. This will also support triple pumps vs the radium twin pump tank setup.
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What's teh advantage of the radium hanger? I currently have a Dw300c on my LS3 BRZ and under hard acceleration when I get off and back on the throttle, my car is hesitating. I am troubleshooting it but have yet to find the issue. Is there a particular reason why you went with the hanger?
Iím running a Radium surge tank with a Walbro 450 and the factory fuel pump feeding it. I went this route because Radium even says on their website that their dual hanger setup is not a fix for fuel starvation. I wanted to be 100% sure the car is getting fuel at all times. The only way to do that is a surge tank or fuel cell setup. I think the hanger is meant to be a drop in solution for people running big power but that arenít pulling big lateral Gís that would cause fuel starvation. Hope this helps.
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This hanger would be the proper solution for slosh issues. Also it is a way to increase the amount of fuel pump you need rather quickly vs messing with the fuel tank setup. This will also support triple pumps vs the radium twin pump tank setup.
See my reply above ^^
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See my reply above ^^


Yes what you said agreed with my statements, Sorry I thought he referring to your surge tank as the "hanger setup".
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I'm having problem with my car, if I get on and off the throttle aggressively, I will have a fuel cut, however when I am on WOT, the pump does not lean out and stays good all the way through. The only problem I have is when I get aggressively on and off the throttle.
Any of you had this before?
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