All cars with other than stock fuel system shall have a fuel
shut-off within the driver's reach. Electric fuel pumps shall
have a switch in the crcuit to disable the pump operation. All
electric fuel pumps shall have an inertial or other positive
"shut off switch" e.g. microprocessor controlled , or
oil pressure switch.
This rule also applies to motorcycle streamliners 7.H.8.
I dont have a complete grasp of the rule ,
This is what I'm reading into it ..... In the case of an event (engine failure or crash ) fuel will no longer be required and will need to be shut down without driver /rider input ,thus being controlled by a" microprocessor "
(I do know what one is, but like a lawn mower ,its only true design function is to "piss you off ") so lets move right along to the "oil pressure switch" Once oil pressure is lost the switch deactivates the pump or operates a soleniod that shuts down the fuel supply to the pump ( either, or
2 cents anybody
IT IS ALL A RACE AGAINST TIME.
TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE.
HOW FAST CAN YOU GO ?