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Unread 07-27-2013, 10:14 PM   #1
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fuel cell with oem fuel pump?

are there any fuel cells that use the stock
fuel pump assembly?

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http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....0#.UfSbeFWnapg

Fits behind the rear seat and uses the stock module.
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Unread 07-27-2013, 10:21 PM   #3
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thanks! ive been looking for a while, seems jegs and 4wp dont have any!
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You can also use a RCI 2161 fuel cell, cut a hole in it and use your stock pump and sending unit.
This cell fits nicely behind your rear seat.
The only problem is the pump does not sit on the bottom of the cell, so you can not access all the fuel.
I fixed it by extending the tubes on the sending unit so that the sock sits on the bottom of the cell.

Do a search there are alot of writeups on the forum and on the web.
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You can also use a RCI 2161 fuel cell, cut a hole in it and use your stock pump and sending unit.
This cell fits nicely behind your rear seat.
The only problem is the pump does not sit on the bottom of the cell, so you can not access all the fuel.
I fixed it by extending the tubes on the sending unit so that the sock sits on the bottom of the cell.
Do a search there are alot of writeups on the forum and on the web.





What he said ^^^


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Unread 08-01-2013, 10:39 AM   #6
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Another option is to add an external fuel pump to the RCI 2161.
That's what I did on my YJ. The pump was only about $60 from Summit Racing.
Easier than hacking a hole in the tank, tapping holes, etc.
The 2161's fuel sender also works with the YJ fuel gauge. Just hook the sensor and ground wire up. Done.



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