Some more fuel plumbing pics...
I had the rear filler funnel changed have a 45deg hose
outlet, so the angle is ever so slightly negative towards the
tank. Some fuel may accumulate there, but not mutch.
I also added a 1/4" nipple for the vapor return from the tank
to the fuel fill tunnel. Can you spot it in the pics?
The S2000 tank had a very compicated vapor recovery
system that actually dipped into the tank. I removed this,
and welded a piece of metal with a drilled and tapped
hole for a 1/4" nipple that runs the vapor hose to the
tank to the fuel funnel. The Monza cap I have is vented
al-la "old school".
The stock S2000 fuel return in the tank had a nozzle that
directed fuel over the pump. I am assuming this was for
cooling the fuel pump when the fuel level is low, and the
pump is not submerged? Not to leave this to chance I
took the nozzle that was drilled off the stock pump, and
glued it to the Earls fitting using JB Weld. I look up the
properties of JB Weld, and their website claims that it
is impervious to petroleum products, acid, and most chemicals.
I hope this includes gasoline!
The lines under the car are covered in 1/8 foam tube covers
to protect from rocks, etc. They are attached to the body
using Earles stainless rigid line clamps.