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Injection / carb fuel tank differences


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Two reasons:

The injection tank is fitted with an internal swirl pot so the feed always has a fuel supply. This is important because there is no float chamber like on a carb to store fuel.

There is a connector for a return line from the fuel rail.

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The coupe tank sits upright ( as garymanc said ) inside the boot

the hatch tank is strapped underneath the boot and lays flat .

the cav's sportshatch tank would fit , but is a non injection tank ( no return fuel-line ) so could be used in the 1.8 carbbed Manta . but not practicle for the injection model . tho' saying that , some members have installed a return pipe to the Non Injection tanks :

Dunno if this is any help , or not ...


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