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Post  dallas on Sun Aug 09, 2009 9:04 am

How are you guys doing it? I've got the filter, got the tubes, using swagelok compression fittings. But how are you guys getting the fuel pump discharge line to the Corvette setup. Are you using a barb adapter to tube to compression then into filter? I saw a fuel injection conversion from "carb" And they used a line with a single barb on it at the pump with clamp. Does it stand up? the Porsche fittings are strange. Did you guys drop the pump and start from there? Thanks in advance! Alex


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Re: fuel line conversion

Post  gt1scca on Sun Aug 09, 2009 9:45 am

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Re: fuel line conversion

Post  dallas on Sun Aug 09, 2009 10:15 am

So I take it you guys are cutting the end off the line coming from the pump and inserting the new 12 inch line into it with clamps? I don't have enough space to get a compression fitting on the pump line even if I cut the nut off it. Pictures would help.


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