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Old 09-03-2011, 11:07 AM   #32
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For everyone who did this with top feed and needed an adapter, how did you route the line from the adapter to the rail? I have an gimmick silicone inlet and It seems to route the injection hose I will have to have a very long hose go above the inlet to the line so that it doesnt kink. Anyone have some insight on this? Will the extended hose be a problem?
Over the top of the intake manifold. I zip tied it to stay in place with proper hood clearance. I have rails now and run a long line to the distro block and relocated FPR (on top of the dogbone) for the air pressure line (which stock is right next to the fpr on the rail). It seems like a long line to reference 1:1 rising rate fuel pressure, but it works just fine. Also, the return line is rather long from the FPR because it has to take a U turn over the turbo. Still, it works just fine.
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