Things to Know Before You Purchase a Fuel Cell or Fuel Bladder:
- What type of fuel will be used (gasoline, alcohol)?
- Is certification such as SFI or FIA-FT3 required?
- Will you be filling at the cell, at a fender, or with a dry break?
- What size vent do you require?
- What size fuel lines will you require?
- Will there be an in-tank pump?
- Is there a need for a return fitting?
- If you will be using more than 80% of your fuel capacity before refueling, we recommend installing a collector.
- Will there be a sender; if so, what ohm range does your gauge need?
- Will your cell need a steel or aluminum container or none at all?
Components of a Fuel Safe Racing Fuel Cell
Custom Fuel Cells
- Fuel Safe Custom Works cells are handmade. Capacity and complexity are the biggest factors in determining cost. We require a drawing, model, mockup or can to build a custom cell.
- If we are making a bladder to fit your can, we must have a signed “Custom Container Release.” That form is located on our homepage. Fax it to 541-923-6600 or email email@example.com.
- Orientation of the cell as installed in the vehicle is crucial information; please label the drawing accordingly.
- All plates must be located precisely on the drawing.
- All items on plates must be located and clearly identified.
- Is your drawing for the can or bladder. If the drawing is for the can, indicate whether dimensions are inside or outside dimensions?
- Please note that all plates require a minimum of .75″ from the edge of plate to edge of the can.
- Be sure to identify internal items such as collectors, pumps, etc.
- Please note that Fuel Safe will not drill mounting brackets.
Standard Style Fill Plate