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I'm just running the stock FPR and a rubber line to the factory hard line



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OK guys here's what I got for the fuel set up... and its FOR SURE FIT...

2X FCM2240 one for top of fuel Filter and the other at end of Rubber fuel line before the Hard line in the back by the tank.. 14MM X 1.5 flared to -6AN make sure its the flare end to a -6AN

1X 991945ERL for the bottom of filter adapter 12MM X 1.25

1X 807691ERL SS line -6AN to Banjo 12MM X 1.25 goes to the fuel Rail you can omit the damper (the thing that looks like a regulator)

3X FMC4032 Hose end to -6AN.. for the top and bottom of filter, and also the adapter for the rear line from the tank..

and last but not least the line.. -6AN SS braided line I got 20FT..

hope this helps anyone with or without the same problem I had..

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Which fuel filter do I want? It says one is 35 microns and one 80 microns?

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991945

809106

This are the Earls part number for both parts needed.

Quote, originally posted by ae924afdx »
991945

809106

This are the Earls part number for both parts needed.


many thanks for the Earl part numbers above (works perfectly for the top of the fuel filter like you said)....but what about line going to fuel rail....we are using banjo type ones right....

thank you



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from the fuel filter to fuel rail, i only used these parts.

-Earl's banjo hose ends 807691ERL: x2
-~3ft -6AN ss hose

that's it.



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That is really a good item it will avoid leaking fuel plus the safety feature.



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thank you balmo, just bough those.



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hey i doing my silvertop swap and i dont have nothing to bolt up to on my fuel rail so two of those will solve that problem right? thanks
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The reason i say i don't have nothing to bolt up to is because there screw or whatever you want to call it on the fuel rail .. I hope that makes sense.. That's why i ask if with two it would work fine ..
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just wondering, how much would it be for a complete fuel line? shipped to oregon?




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has anyone tried this out??
http://www.techafx.com/content...ength

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big ups



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If I assemble a hose into an end say a straight AN6 swivel but decide to switch the fitting to a 90 swivel can I just unscrew it and change the fitting or do I have to remove the hose and chop off the old section and refit it all over?
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the fittings "dig" into the rubber part of the hose when tightened, to seal it properly. you would probably want to cut off about 1/2" to be sure it seals proberly when changing the fitting, so you dont end up with a gas leak. the part that seals, is a circle, that cuts into the middle of the hose, thickness wise(not a good explanation, but when you get the parts, and check it out, youll see and understand.)



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so what's the thread pitch for the bottom/top of the fuel filter??? 12x1.25 or 12x1.5? i'm getting mixed answers lol sorry



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check the very first post, M12x1.25



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sorry to bring up old thread, but what kind of F.I hose did you use? 5/16?



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Quote, originally posted by JU1CE »
-6AN SS braided line I got 20FT..

Quote, originally posted by balmo »

-~3ft -6AN ss hose

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I am glad i ran in to this information I have to replace the fuel line. Thanks a million.
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anyone use the teflon fuel hose. If so which one have you used. I'm looking at the ones buy aerquip and also the ones on the Pegasus there 811 PTFE.

http://www.racerpartswholesale...nHose

https://www.pegasusautoracing....NFLEX


Was also looking at this site as well. Any pros and cons?

http://www.side2sideracing.com..._id=2

Modified by mase86 at 9:48 AM 12/29/2012

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