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I have everything open right now. Im at the office right now. But, the hard line from the fuel pump assembly is 5/16. I will look at the rest of the lines when i get home. Give you correct info. I replumbed mine so the knowledge off the top of my head is not conducive to oem replacement :-P
with plenty of slack 4ft of stainless steel braided hose is more than long enough to go from the fuel pump assembly to where the hard fuel lines straighten out running under the car. that is IF you remove the fuel filter from that spot.
^ you're nuts... for fun?!
isn't it cold and snowy there?
I hope not inside my garage :-P i have a heated garage. And that assumption is cheating, as 90% of the time its either cold or snowy in MI. And the car is torn apart. I did my fuel filter replacement with a smile because i looked at it and realized i dont have to put it back together.
Very nice! Wow am I going to have fun rdahm I think I might be having a leaning problem due to fuel filter it has never been replaced since i've owned the car. You and I have the same setup I am running 748/1688's injectors and at 6300RPM 10-14PSI my AFR is 12.4 no matter how much fuel I add.
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