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Managed to get off work early, had to rush out and get it inspected. No fuel leaks yet, I didn't hammer on it, but it seems happy.
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Note: I found this...
I would highly recommend not going with a BAP and doing a proper fuel system. I just had to pull the BAP off my car because either it or my pumps...
Guage said 40psi, but I am seeing 41ish at the ECU.
7/16's vac, had to step it up right before the reg cause its 1/4", I need something smaller...
I ended up just tapping into where the boost gauges are connected, was the shortest route.
Got all the wiring finished last night, tested the system and set my fuel pressure to 40 psi (gauge is really hard to read, setting it to 39 would...
That green yellow, is that switched 12V?
I think I need to run the wire I circled in the pic at the top of the page to the FC2 remote. I won't be running any kind of hobbs switch.
I'm not worried about weight, just making it a clean install.
What do you guys do with the old fuel line? You just remove the rubber ends? Looks like it would be pretty difficult to remove the metal lines.
Yeah I was looking for his thread, tons of useful information in there.
You can, my quickjacks overlay where yours sits however when I pick it up from the pinch welds.
I'd like to put it here, but it'll get crushed then I put it on my lift. The only place I can see that looks like it'll work is under the feet of...
Planning on running up the passenger side with both the feed/return lines to the regulator in the passenger wheel well.
Since I have you all...
Yeah #1 is it, I have a 3 port regulator.
I don't know how to explain it then. I am mimicking @MalcolmV8 's setup with factory rails.
Return before the rails.
You don't think it is too exposed there? My car is pretty low and I worry about it getting damaged.
I am trying to decide how I am going to go about running my feed/return lines. I have the 1LE Fore system with dual 450's. I know the passenger...
Don't waste you time with a BAP IMO, in the middle of undoing that now on my car. Buy once cry once.
You need a tune with the pulley though. Grats on the purchase!
These are what I used as well.
Go coil overs then you can put it where you like.
750hp for me. The Cobra is the heaviest car I own and I can feel it when I drive it. It'll never give me the joy in turns that my smaller, lighter...