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Project Dirt Nasty

Year
1991
Model/Trim
Eagle Talon TSi AWD

talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
No sir, factory hanger just modified the top. Welded the original holes up. Two -8 bulk heads to 5/16" barbs. Racetronix bulkhead harness. It is turning out better than I expected. I will update the more I get done.
 

talonman1200

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28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
Fuel hose is run! Getting a whole lot closer.

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talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
Shortly after the last photo I decided to dive into the harness. Extended, cleaned up and eliminated un-needed garbage. New OE knock sensor. Waiting for my injectors to return and I can finally run the car again. I will post a video once it lives again.
 

NOSLO2PT0

Proven Member
2,606
195
Aug 31, 2002
Joliet, Illinois
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I’m not familiar with the Racetronix bulkhead harness. Can you incorporate that into the factory harness? I would love to eliminate the factory 30yo power/ground wire going from the harness to the sending unit and upgrade to something bigger, but not sure of how to pass the wiring through the top of the sending unit while sealing up the tank still.
 

talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
In a short answer no. No matter what it still has to be spliced in. You could wire it to the factory connector so it looks OE. I will send a link. This was the best way I could find to run the 4 wires through besides a silicone lined bulk head. Which would work as well, but not for what I wanted.
 

talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
She is back together. Now running on the denso COP setup. Double pump. And all the wiring cleaned up. Driving it in the next couple days and touch up anything that is needed!
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talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
I'm so glad you asked. I bought pneumatic push lock fittings. All of it is on push locks except for the GM 4 bar map. I will be boost leak testing it tonight and will update. I bought all of them including the line off Amazon. Paid like $60 for 1/8npt to 1/4in air lock and 1/4npt to 1/4in air lock. Then 30 meters of line. Cheap and they should be good for some pressure
 

talonman1200

Supporting Member
28
15
Mar 23, 2018
Potterville, Michigan
Update. The car runs but couldn't adjust FP. The regulator could not handle the two pumps. The upgrade is ready to go on tomorrow. Along with a torque solutions upper motor mount. I will take pics this weekend of the interior swap progress. Thanks guys
 
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