tzorzo wrote:Do you have part number at all
I assume the filler neck will have to be raised?
The filler neck will be deleted together with the steel bits supporting it.
Than the remaining slightly recessed part of the rear deck needs some adapting to accommodate the holes for the filler cap mounting bolts.
These bolts also mount a connecting neck that needs to be fitted underneath the filler cap to attach the filler hose to, which is fitted between tank and filler cap.
You'll need a cap from the Aero 400 series from https://www.newton-equipment.com/index.html
together with a matching connecting neck .
FI Spyder wrote:First you would have determine if you have a sealed or unsealed fuel tank system ...
That's a good call from FI Spyder. The cap shown is non vented.
This will in my case (hopefully one day) be solved by a one way valve fitted to the tanks vent pipe.