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    Upgraded Fuel Line

    For those of you that have upgraded your tank-filter line, where did you run it? I'm guessing that it will fit where the stock line is but I'm not 100% sure.

    Pictures would be greatly appreciated.

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    I ran my -8AN line where the stock line is. It's a little bulged, but it fits.
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    I also ran mine under the plastic piece after I removed the hardline. It is also zip tied to the return/vent lines for added security.

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    I ran mine down the driver's side. However I also had the front subframe out, and did a AWS delete.

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    Thanks guys, after twisting the short feed hose from the tank in half & bending the hell out of the hard line I decided it was time to upgrade. I'll let 'yall know how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve68 View Post
    There's no need to upgrade the line if you mount your second pump up front in a small tank.
    The original pump supplies the injectors and overflows into the second tank from the reg(s), then overflows back to the main tank so it's always full.
    Then all you need to do is tee the 2 pumps together and have the second pump switch in when you want it to.
    Why do un nessecary upgrades?

    Steve
    I fail to see how adding a second small tank with a pump in it is less of a "unnecessary upgrade" than adding a new fuel line...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve68 View Post
    Because it's a whole lot easier and cheaper and more effective. It's also less likely to have reliability problems due to retaining the stock lines.

    Steve
    This has to be a joke.

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    I'm still waiting on Oohnoo to finish my fuel setup...CAMOOOON MANZ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR2 View Post
    I'm still waiting on Oohnoo to finish my fuel setup...CAMOOOON MANZ!
    Details?

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    he has a full kit that he designed a while back..it's the best I've ever seen 8an or 10an from tank to engine bay, big filter, then guage, then through Y to dual rails, then Y back through FPR with guage and back through return..

    unfortunatly Oohnoo has to redo mine as it's got the 75 Mivec heads :| (and he's doing the water neck)

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