Project Violent Valiant is coming right along. Kevin Tully has really been burning the candle at both ends at his shop, Hot Rod Chassis and Cycle in Illinois. We’ve seen the car start as a clean little straight six Valiant and then the cutting started. The fabrication work has been going on hot and heavy with the roll cage and suspension pieces getting mounted. Kevin also worked on the mounts for the Aeromotive fuel cell and the associated pieces with it. This update will show and talk about the 20-gallon Aeromotive 340 Stealth fuel cell and the cool II Much Fabrication fuel vent which will be a big part of keeping this car fun to drive, non-smelly, and safe.
We didn’t really have much of an appreciation for the fuel vent situation before talking to John Ulaszek at II Much Fabrication. He and John Parsons have spent a couple years of their lives devoted to these products and their results show. Kevin Tully swears by them and virtually everyone in the tank business from Rick’s to Aeromotive tells their customers to use their parts when completing their fuel system.
This update is about the parts, baby! Let’s learn about what’s storing and moving the fuel and what is going to keep the whole system breathing while containing spillage and vapor!