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  • 12-02-2002, 09:59 AM
    Dan Law

    I would call TCK. There are some pts. on SpeedTV>

    .com in the Series RuleBook.

    Dan Law
    PTC, GA
  • 12-01-2002, 06:29 PM

    Re: Was contemplating same 'til talked w/TC Kline->

    Do you run a dry break system fo quick fill and if so, are there complications with a quick fill system in a stock tank? Thanks.

  • 12-01-2002, 05:37 PM
    Dan Law

    Was contemplating same 'til talked w/TC Kline->

    He suggested it is more than sufficient to foam the stock tank due to location and construction. That said, it would have helped weight distribution significantly to relocate a fuel cell to the trunk area and I suspect that's why the factory teams do it.

    Dan Law
    PTC, GA
  • 12-01-2002, 03:36 PM

    To fuel cell or not to fuel cell

    I have a 95 M3 that I am just completing for next years club racing. I was just interested to know thoughts on whether to fuel cell or not. The tank is pretty centralized so it seems like a good location. Also, anyone foamed one and how was that done. Anyone installed a dry break fueling system or are there complications? Thanks.


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