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    Default New fuel lines and parts Installed

    A friend of mine helped me and we did all stainless hard lines from the pump to the carbls.

    Bent the mock up and putting it throught the computer and to the bender.



    First two lines on


    Carbs are done




    Supply line done




    We will finish the return line on monday and fire it and i will post the finished product.

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    Nice work .

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    That looks NICE



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    That ever nice and clean. Cool
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    Nice, very, very nice

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    CLEAN, Nice job!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcintyrelocal View Post
    A friend of mine helped me and we did all stainless hard lines from the pump to the carbls.

    Bent the mock up and putting it throught the computer and to the bender.



    First two lines on


    Carbs are done




    Supply line done




    We will finish the return line on monday and fire it and i will post the finished product.
    Not 100% sure but the line that comes out the bottom of the regulator is not the feed it is the return. The feed is the one in the center of the lines to the carbs. You may want to check this out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rocket View Post
    Not 100% sure but the line that comes out the bottom of the regulator is not the feed it is the return. The feed is the one in the center of the lines to the carbs. You may want to check this out.
    The one in the middle is open to all the lines going to the bowls, wouldnt that bypass the regulator? The port on the bottom runs into the check ball which made me think it was the inlet. There were no directions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcintyrelocal View Post
    The one in the middle is open to all the lines going to the bowls, wouldnt that bypass the regulator? The port on the bottom runs into the check ball which made me think it was the inlet. There were no directions.
    Your right that is the return, its ok though i didnt hook it up to the pump yet. Thank you for bringing that up.

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    that looks badass!! seriously keep going and keep us posted

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    That is sick!!!!!!! i used to plumb hydraulic power units and a cnc bender would have been nice. I did it all by hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by devanwon View Post
    that looks badass!! seriously keep going and keep us posted
    That, my friends, looks bitchin'!


    Now whatcha got in that orange sandcar in the background there?? Looks like maybe a n/a vw?
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    sick!!! another nice addition to a bad ass ride. nice job!

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    that looks great.

    how did you mount the regulator?

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