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Old 07-03-2004, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default What is this in my fuel return line, and why is it there...argg

I belive this is the fuel return line, middle line comming off the fuel rail..

anyone know why this would there? a restrictor mabye? Did they cut the wrong fuel line for the fuel guage sender than just rig it back together?

If its a restrictor i might want to take it out...as I have a problem with flooding on decel...maybe this is not letting the fuel back to the tank..

I dunno..I didnt take it out and examine it yet..
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Old 07-03-2004, 06:58 PM   #2
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Just replace the line... you can use carburated line for that since it's <10psi of pressure, and it'll only cost you like $3 tops, if that.

The picture is a bit far away to really tell what that is, looks almost like a union (just joining the two back together).
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Nick, it appears to be a brass union. Cant think of why it would be there other than fuel sender reason...but I dont think the guys at rallispec are that umm dumb? ahaha.

I just dont know if its something other peeps have put in on other turbo kits..

Ill take it out next time im at work, we have fuel line and its free

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It could be someone cut it thinking that a RRFPR was going in... that is the most likely guess, other then an oops with the placement of a fuel pressure sender (which I see you've got there, as well).
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Looks like an OOPS to me. I'd pull it out.
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found out why its there, I was looking through the reciepts. Found one that says 'remove bell RRFPR, and install SAFC and tune'

that solved that mystery. I just have to take it out now

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