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Dual stock intank pumps
Paxton FPR w/ guage
-6an line w/ fittings
6 720cc Denso injectors
HKS fuel rail

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Angel just recently put together a fuel system. I had a chance to see it last week in person. It is by far the BEST quality fuel system I have ever seen. It blows away any fuel system I have ever seen for the Supra. It makes my SP fuel system look like junk (no offense Larry) and it is about $600 cheaper.

I strongly suggest you email him for more information before you buy a fuel system.

If I had it to do again that is the fuel system I would buy.

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Consider this, if you're going with twin intank pumps too. I don't know what Angel does for this, but from what I've seen, Henri has bar far the best and virtually leak proof solution for people running twin intank pumps. It's almost plug and play, "NO LEAKS" for sure or "FUMES". Looks like it came from the factory......

From my "fuel braket", custom made by Henri, the fuel goes to a SP rail and 72# injectors(also from Lar). The pressure will be regulated by a Paxton fpr.

Hopefully by this spring, we'll be on Pocono (short course) or Lime Rock :eek: learning how to handle/drive this SP70 charged beast :D. I learned the hard way that the Supra is better suited for driving on paved roads :cool: .

Good luck with your project, I'm sure who's ever solution you use you'll be happy.

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a little birdie whispered to me that the SP fual rail wont house injectors from Japan, any truth to this?

I have never inspected a SP fuel rail up close.

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Consider this, if you're going with twin intank pumps too. I don't know what Angel does for this, but from what I've seen, Henri has bar far the best and virtually leak proof solution for people running twin intank pumps. It's almost plug and play, "NO LEAKS" for sure or "FUMES". Looks like it came from the factory......

From my "fuel braket", custom made by Henri, the fuel goes to a SP rail and 72# injectors(also from Lar). The pressure will be regulated by a Paxton fpr.

Hopefully by this spring, we'll be on Pocono (short course) or Lime Rock :eek: learning how to handle/drive this SP70 charged beast :D. I learned the hard way that the Supra is better suited for driving on paved roads :cool: .

Good luck with your project, I'm sure who's ever solution you use you'll be happy.

Melvin
do you have any pics of this bracket? im getting ready to do mine and this is the only part that im worried about. thanx
 
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a little birdie whispered to me that the SP fual rail wont house injectors from Japan, any truth to this?

I have never inspected a SP fuel rail up close.

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Nils, from my understanding you're correct. I received Siemens 72# injectors with my rail.

Andy, I had pics, I don't have them anymore due to some hardware (computer) issues at home. Go over to the NE forum and ask Henri about his bracket. Honestly, this is top flight workmanship.....

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How can I get a hold of Henri? I would like to ask him some questions about the twin pump bracket! Does anyone have an e-mail he can be contacted at, if they wouldn't mind posting? TIA
 

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i am in the process of putting my car together and i need to do the fuel system. does anyone know of anyone who put one together by them self that works well? i did a search on the forum but came up empty. any help will be appreciated!
 
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TMS fuel system will be out soon, very competitive pricing and it's going to be one of the most complete kits out there, including instructions for the install. About another month or two out.
 

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TMS fuel system will be out soon, very competitive pricing and it's going to be one of the most complete kits out there, including instructions for the install. About another month or two out.
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sp kits and phr kits doesnt come with instruction right ?
 
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thanks supra400hptt, That is the most complete fuel "how to" i've seen on the net. Hope u don't mind that i borrow your idea! The fuel distribution block that u got from jegs, is it big enough to flow adequite fuel? And i know u went with the sp fuel rail, but would u happen to know if the HKS uses the same size fittings as the sp rail?

and again thanks on the great write up! It will make it much easier now that i see how u did it!
 

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Use what ever info you need. I put it up for anyone that wants to put together their own kit. The Y block from jegs is fine for fuel. The outlet is a 1/2 nipple. And the inlet nipples I put on have an inside diameter bigger than the pumps outlet. When you look at the pump outlets, I'm amazed they can flow as much as they do. Looks like there is a restrictor just inside. But yes, the block is fine.

From what I read, if you want to feed from both ends on the HKS, it's return is acutally near the end of the rail (between 5/6) and not in the center like the SP. Also, if you want to use different AN fittings, -8 instead of -6, the threads in the rail are a wierd size and finding the right fitting is difficult. The SP uses 3/8 NPT and you can find those in any AN size. Easy to obtain. Larry at SP gave me a fair price on the rail and injectors so I went with that. He supplied me with the siemen injectors and I'm not sure if they fit the HKS rail or if the greddy 720cc injectors that are common fit the SP rail. Both are good injectors. The o rings for the greddy injectors have to be bought seperate and use some grommets I believe, $120 extra. Siemens just use 2 o rings and come with the injectors.

Larry's rail came with no fittings so you'll have to buy what ever AN size you want. The HKS has -6 on each end I believe and you have to buy the return fitting if you want to go dual feed.

Those kits (cheap $$) coming out sound good but were not available when I did mine. I think the cheapest was around $2200 or $2300 and I ended up saving a few hundred.

It's not just about buying the parts. The installation takes a whole lot more effort. Especially if you follow my parts list. I put a lot of extra effort into the installation so it was sound. My braided lines are covered. Fabricated aluminum brackets for the pumps instead of using hose clamps, etc. Pretty in depth project whether you buy the pieces yourself or buy a kit.
 
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Our kit will sell for around 1800 and includes everything you need and comes assembled and ready to install. Dual pumps and lines all the way.....
 

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That's a good price if it includes everything, especially if the lines are precut with the fittings installed. I put together mine for around $1800~$1900.
 
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