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Banjo Fitting Size

Post  Red944ls1 on Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:33 pm

Hello All,

I am looking to get my fuel lines squared up myself and was wondering if anyone knew the size of the Banjo fitting on the fuel pump? I ultimately want to have a banjo that looks like the one shown here so that I can use braided lines to the fuel pump. I know there are different sizes -- so does anyone know what size I should buy to fit the porsche 944 stock fuel pump?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Also: Is there a way to use the banjo fitting coming from the steering rack? On the stock porsche it runs to passenger side where in the ls application its on the driver side. I dont want to have to re-run the lines to get it back to the power steering pump....any suggestions?

Thanks again

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Re: Banjo Fitting Size

Post  Admin on Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:08 pm

Depending on which pump your car has it could be the common 10mm


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