God that thing is huge. Didn't know they made 960's anymore, I only found 948's.
I'm in the middle of mounting my 948 now. I have two threaded bosses on the front passenger side of my radiator that the Setrab bracket fit nicely on with only a bit of filing. Mounted sideways for straighter plumbing runs. Doing -12 for lowest pressure drop. The fittings and hose are huge but I think will be worth it. If you use the Setrab sandwich plate it has M22 ports so you can do full -12 fittings and lines without any -10.
Also the nomex honeycomb is amazingly tough and light. Even just for protecting the cooler and radiator for this fab phase its saved a bunch of dings.
Ducting is going to be a pain but worth it. Was good for 30* lower CHT on my Ecoboost.
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Please re-read the NASA rules regarding Fuel Cells (how the in-car tank will be treated). You're going to need a bulkhead. The lines themselves do not need to be contained within the bulkhead (if they are braided stainless or better), but consider your own safety in the case that a fitting becomes compromised somehow, you don't want pressurized fuel spraying onto you or up into the driver's area in-general.
It's cheap insurance. @captdistraction has a number of photos in his thread of the containment "bulkhead" that we fabricobbled together in his garage that will meet the intent and needs.
1. There should be a solid bulkhead completely separating the fuel tank, fuel pump, fuel cell, filler neck hoses, and vent lines, from the driver compartment.
Already done and ordered! I did some more reading up yesterday after an initial quick glance at the NASA ST rules did now show anything. I finally found it in the CCR - Club Codes & Regulations
@captdistraction got any pics of your bulkhead? Can't locate any in your thread and I think last time I've seen your car it wasn´t installed yet.
I see nothing bothersome here.Time for a sanity check: Do these welds look fine or will I have to get anything adjusted?
I will be dropping off some things at the welder next week (oil pickup support etc.) so now is a great time to gather some feedback.
@Fabman @captdistraction @honeybadger
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