Fits with most aftermarket suspension and air bag suspension – confirmed with OME (ARB), TJM, EFS, PEDDERS, IRON MAN, TUFF DOG, DOBSONS, AIR BAG MAN
TRUE SHAPE MOULDING PROCESS- MAXIMISES SPACE
- THICKER BASE WHERE GREATER STRENGTH IS REQUIRED (WALL 7MM, BASE 11-14MM)
- NEW GENERATION MATERIAL- HAS LONG TERM UV STABILISATION AND IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED WITH DIESEL FUEL APPLICATION IN MIND.
- PRESSURE TESTED
- APPROX 15-20KG NET WEIGHT
- SHAPE MEMORY- REVERTS BACK TO ORIGINAL SHAPE AFTER IMPACT
Brown Davis Fuel Trap System
The Brown Davis fuel trap systems helps confine fuel around the vehicles sender unit.
- PART NUMBER: FRPXA1
- TANK TYPE: AUXILIARY
- CAPACITY: 125 LITRE
- FILLER POINT: Y FILLER
- FUEL SUPPLY METHOD: TRANSFER PUMP
- TANK LOCATION: REPLACES SPARE WHEEL- UNDER REAR
- FITTING TIME: 6 hour/s
- MODIFICATIONS: RELOCATE SPARE WHEEL
- COMMENTS: DESIGNED FOR TUB/STYLE SIDE- MAY NOT WORK WITH ALL TRAYS
DISTANCE TO EMPTY
In short, the distance to empty function on your trip computer will not remain accurate with your new tank. Your vehicles ECU has the volume of the original tank calibrated to it. As the Distance to Empty counts down, the float starts to move from Full to empty, because the volume of the tank has changed dramatically without changing any reference data for the ECU to base it’s calculations on, the Distance to Empty is incorrect.
Your fuel gauge will remain accurate, as the float inside the tank will indicate how much fuel is inside the tank, so your readings going from Full, to ¾ to ½ right down to empty will remain accurate as it is now. Your average fuel consumption calculations will remain accurate too, just not DTE.
What we tell our customers is that most or our Long Range Tanks will tend to ‘hang’ on full for a while longer than it did originally, simply put there’s more volume to be used before the float starts to move downward. Your low fuel warning light will work as intended.
The best tip we culd give you is to reset your trip meter every time you fill your tank, over time you’ll be able to establish how far you can travel in different driving conditions.