well, i finally though my car was good to go for the summer. i was wrong! went to school today for my last day and the b**** catches on fire! Looks to me that the fuel backfed though the return line which i had ziptied to the mastercylinder. well, it hit the header and u get the idea. luckily, i caught it at a light and saw bad smoke. i flagged down a trucker and took his fire extinguisher. got it out quick so theres only a few wires/fuel lines/vacume lines, and the brake fluid cover kindof melted. i was curious, how do you reccomend i run my fuel system on my car. i think ill run solid metal all the way to the fuel pump on the motor, and cap the return line(i only have feed on the pump). i do have my 2.8l electric pump in the tank removed, i put a piece of metal gas line where it was. do you think my fuel filter is getting clogged? and that caused the backfeed, or maybe a bad gascap? i ran about 6 full tanks since i put the motor in, no problems. before i caught on fire, a mile down the road it died. i ulled off the gas line and it had a vacum, no gas. i blew into it, put it back on, and it eventually started. i just wondered if u guys had ne ideas on whats up or if ne one has had this problem. u can see my car at ajracing.cjb.net click on jeffs camaro.
Ex 2.8l MPFI
Hooker SuperComp Longtube
Mufflex Y pipe
3" Flowmaster Cat-Back that sounds AWESOME