1993 Mazda B2600 help please

Tiny
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  • 1993 MAZDA B2600
  • 2.6L
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
Im wanting a spun aluminum fuel cell 10 gal an want to use my stock dash gauge an nobody I ask cian help me 100% I tested the ohms on my stock sending unit an got 2 ohms full an 105 ohms empty Im not sure that's rightbbecause the tank was so rusty.. One guy told me he got a 90 ohms sender an his gauge is upside down witch don't make since to me. Also I don't know what online electric fuel pump to buy sone guys say 60 psi an some say 40 is on there truck but seems like its too much so Im so confused racially I just want to know witch sending unit to buy to match my yr. Make an model an witch pump to get also I don't understand some electric pumps say 40 psi with 200 gph an some say 40 psi 20 gph if u can help me please I would sure appraitate it if u need me to call to better explain I do not mind at all Sry for my puncuation being so poor Im writing from my phone
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Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 AT 11:24 PM

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Tiny
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Fuel gauge resistance should be 3 ohms fully raised, 33 ohm half raised an d110 ohms fully lowered. As far as fuel pumps go how much hp is this going to have the more hp themore and bigger fuel pump you need along with a regulator. Try one of the truck magazines for off roaders.
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 12:42 PM
Tiny
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Its a stock motor 120 hp 4 cyc 2.6 l Mazda b2600i an that's whatt most ppl said about the ohms but. Mine is backwards I called jegs . Today an he said he can't make a sending unit work for my fuel cell to match my stock gauge 115 ohms to 0 ohms does this help a little more
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 12:53 PM
Tiny
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The spec s I gave are the correct ones. You cold put in what jegs says and the gauge may be off a little why do you want a fuel cell in your stock vehicle anyhow?
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 1:11 PM
Tiny
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Im building a show truck its a stock motor cause I can't find any performance parts to fit an its a new motor I don't wanna tear it up an its got air ride so when the truck sets on the ground I would set on the gas tank so I going with a fuel cell an ive talked to 10 guys who keep giving the wrong information that's why Im asking you that guy from jegs was rude an didn't know how to help do u have a way to find the stock spec. For my truck ive searched everywhere an couldn't find the sender ohms or find the fuel pump psi also all I need help with now is finding the right inline fuel pump I think its around 40 psi an I have 2 pressure regulators in an. Out on my fuel rail
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 2:44 PM
Tiny
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What I sent you was the stock spec why don't you just get a custom tank made or look into ones without a fuel cell, if it's just a normal truck that isn't raced then why put in a fuel cell i'm sure you can get an aluminum made much cheaper if you just look online. That way you can use stock components. You could always put another engine from another vehicle if you wanted if you wanted to hop it up. Also there are universal turbocharger kits on the market you could put on as well.A lot of us guys just fix the stuff that is out there and don't mess around with odd ball stuff like you are trying to build.
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 2:59 PM
Tiny
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I appreciate all your help thank you do you have a faceboo kwhere I acn show you pictures from time to time
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 3:46 PM
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I do have facebook but I dont' give that account name out thanks anyhow and good luck hope it looks good when done. I know what kind of problems you run into doing that stuff.
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 AT 3:58 PM

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