In today’s episode we’re installing the Deatschwerks fuel system on our Huracan.
Head over to http://deatschwerks.com for all of your fueling needs. These dual DW400 fuel pumps will push a total of 830LPH and sound nice and quiet doing it.
Another huge thanks goes out to Ty Mullins for supporting us with the different electrical modules to help us get the Huracan turned on.
Check out their site at https://www.mullinsauto.com/
And check out his episode tearing down a huracan here:
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29 thoughts on “Installing a New Fuel System on the LS Swapped Huracan”
Gosh! I hate wires!
so is it still an all wheel drive ?
Anyone know what the song playing at 15:00 is called
Tai the junkyard guy was here 😂😂😂
when you gonna finish posting the yacht?
Oscar is theeeeeee man
The ones tho he’s creasing them do bad
Chris, Oscar is beast mode you are lucky to have this guy available to you. He is an awesome wilder congrats.
Those AN fittings needed to be black!
Oscar is the shit
6:00 How do "waterproof"/gas-proof the electrical connections to the pumps (that sits in gas:? How can you tell that the rubber hoses/plastic/wire insulation is ethanol proof?
Oscar rebuilds a Huracan.
What’s the song at 4:50
O is for Oscar
Seeing how much the gauge cluster in my '98 J-body controls, I would not be surprised if the "advanced" one in the Lambo does even more.
This huracan is so modified now its not really a lamborghini any more. chassis, wiring and engine all modified or non lamborghini parts. All thats left is the body.
Love the channel but wondering if you're going to go ahead and say go ahead every 30 seconds for the rest of time.
I hear a lot of chatter about how great Oscar is. And they're right, dude rocks. But I'd rather weld (if I could weld like him!), run fuel lines and do it all laying on my back in a puddle of oil and gas, ANYTHING but trying to make that wiring and computer stuff work! It's a good team!
Im pretty sure you cant use 6061 Aluminum in gasoline, use 5057 instead
are you going to put a member under the transaxle box at the rear where you cut the original chassis to take the box lower
No sir. You havr NOT bored us to death. Youre an absolute maniac Chris
Watching this build is like having a nightmare where you are at school in your underwear…
What happens if you lose a pump?? Need to tie fuel lines together before the rail maybe an X-pipe type fitting with check valves that way the car will be drivable just with reduced power
Nice you did it. Less talk more work
chris who is this "WE", do you have a mouse in your pocket?
My previous employer called their hose fittings "Field-assemble-able" and they are cool. But you want to do four things to make assembly smooth and seal tight. 1) cut hose with abrasive cutoff wheel so it doesn't pinch. 2) Blow out the hose inner tube and make sure no dirt in it. 3) On belt sander, chamfer the end of the hose outside slightly so hose bottoms against bottom of inside of outer collar. 4) Chamfer the inside edge of the hose (1/16-1/8" into hose). The chamfers should be 45 degree. 3) Put a little oil on the insert so it doesn't grab or damage the inside bore of the hose inner tube.
kudos on reaching a million subscribers!! you should do a special episode to celebrate that milestone
Brave man using DW stuff lol. Notorious for failures in the LS community as well as not flowing anywhere near what they claim they do.
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