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Old 05-20-2009, 10:10 PM   #1
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2001 GC8 [622.4WHP]
SOHC / GT35r 25psi

Default Fuel Cell Question..

Just got my new fuel cell installed and I was wondering if I should vent the rollover vent to atmosphere or cap it. Right now I have it going to the outside of the car and have a K&N filter on it. Car does not hold fuel pressure during priming like it used to and I was wondering if it was because that vent was not capped.

Thanks gang.

New setup includes:

A1000 Aeromotive pump
-8AN lines from tank to fuel rail
-8AN return line
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