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To often do i see posts asking for what parts are need for making a stainless steal braided lines from the fuel filter to the fuel rail,well here it goes:

Earls part number
991945ERL qty2

Aeroquip part numbers
FCM4032 qty2

With these part numbers you will also 2.5 feet of Stainless steal braided lines
stainless steal braided line qty 2.5 in -6. I bougt 3 feet which was way to long i think 2.5 should be enough.

here are pics aswell




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nice one.
any links to where i could buy the bits?
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you mean from the Fuel filter to the fuel rail?

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nice one.
any links to where i could buy the bits?

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I did mines a different way.. i'll post it after I take some pics



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991945

809106

This are the Earls part number for both parts needed.



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here is a pic of mine. basicly the same. i ran mine from the gas tank.


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This hooks up the fuel filter to the fuel line near the firewall, correct?
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whats the thread pitch on the banjo bolt that goes to the fuel rail??
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1. why did you guys choose the swivel fitting over the banjo fitting that OE uses?

2. do the lines need to be pressurized to a specific psi range? does different hose sizes change the psi? i'm running pretty much stock and the shop guy told me that i should use -4 instead of -6 AN hose.

3. what are the fittings you guys used for the inlet on the bottom of the fuel filter?

thanks.

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i used the swivel cause i had a few sitting around. plus you dont have to mess with crush washers.

different hose size might make your pump work harder to keep the system pressureized. i use -6 cause im going to be modifying the cams and other parts later on.

i think the bottom of the filter is 14x1.5 to -6AN . the fitting on top of the filter is 12x1.25 to-6an

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some people find the little hole in the banjo bolt too restrictive, upgrading to a swivel AN fitting help keeps up with fuel needs in future modifications that have increase fuel needs.

AN 6 seems to be the industry standard fuel feed line size. Just make sure the fuel pressure is within specs and you'll be fine.




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Quote, originally posted by KungRolla »
1. why did you guys choose the swivel fitting over the banjo fitting that OE uses?

2. do the lines need to be pressurized to a specific psi range? does different hose sizes change the psi? i'm running pretty much stock and the shop guy told me that i should use -4 instead of -6 AN hose.

3. what are the fittings you guys used for the inlet on the bottom of the fuel filter?

thanks.

i just told the guy at the parts counter what i needed to make and he gave me those parts lol....



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The size of the line shouldn't effect your pressure, but it could effect the flow of fuel. I would definitely not go down to a -4, I normally run -6 on just about everything.

By the way, I keep all of this stuff in stock including the metric to AN adapters, if anyone needs some just let me know. For that matter, if you want to measure the length of the line that you need, I can make it here for you and ship it ready to install.

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any tricks to putting the fittings and the line together? this is my first time doing it and i don't want any leaks. thanks.
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I like to have some general purpose grease on hand and I use that to lube up the line to help with the install.

When you put the stainless line into the fitting, make sure that it's been pushed in all of the way. Then, when screwing the second part of the fitting into the first part, make certain that it doesn't start pushing the stainless line out.

The fitting should be screwed down all the way, note that the fitting shown in the pic in the first post has not been fully installed (either it was being mocked up or it was not installed correctly). The lines should look like this:

http://www.phoenixtuning.com/f...&t=86



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i knew i was missing the aeroquip lube... does wd40 work?
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I would recommend general purpose grease. You can get it from any parts store cheap.

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Quote, originally posted by Dr Tweak »
I like to have some general purpose grease on hand and I use that to lube up the line to help with the install.

When you put the stainless line into the fitting, make sure that it's been pushed in all of the way. Then, when screwing the second part of the fitting into the first part, make certain that it doesn't start pushing the stainless line out.

The fitting should be screwed down all the way, note that the fitting shown in the pic in the first post has not been fully installed (either it was being mocked up or it was not installed correctly). The lines should look like this:

http://www.phoenixtuning.com/f...&t=86

your absoultly right i forgot to mention the grease....thx dr tweak.



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...edded

This is a great instructional vid for assembling AN hoses



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oh, great instructions! i already put together the lines before watching the video though. it would have put away my worries if i watch the video before hand. this is turning into something that should be stickied. thanks!
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any of you guys have any pics of the lines coming from the filter to the rail? also the size of the -6AN adapter @ the rail? or is a banjo bolt used?

thanks

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Thanks for the contribution -

---BUT since I'm a total smarta$$ I have to bring it to your attention that steal = theft. Steel is shiny metal.

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another noob question.. Ok so the line from the top of the fuel filter goes to the rail.. can I get the banjo bolt 12mm x1.25 part # 809691 to replace the damper? and how much will it affect the flow without the damper anyone tried with and without the damper?

thanks..

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What dampner? lol



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no man, the damper are in your suspension!



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The damper is the regulator looking like thing that holds down the banjo fitting. well that's what they called it.. listed on the blow up pics.. with part number (23270) but anyways.. what did u guys use on the fuel rail side of the line when you converted it to SS braid? -6AN to a banjo fitting? and still use the "damper"?

thanks much....

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Nope... ditch it...



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What about the other side of the fuel rail. Whats needed for that?
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