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Old 11-09-2009, 06:59 PM   #11
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Those clips are there just to keep the line on if the fuel line clamp fails.

As for the vacuum lines, I bought a roll of mixed sizes from autozone and made all my own.
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Those clips are there just to keep the line on if the fuel line clamp fails.

As for the vacuum lines, I bought a roll of mixed sizes from autozone and made all my own.
The electrical connector is clip is what I'm looking for (see attached). I pretty much made my own vacuum hoses but it took me a while to figure out what I needed.

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Also, I think I will convert to the green antifreeze in the next year.
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Also, I think I will convert to the green antifreeze in the next year.
When you do...flush out everything with lot'* of clean water.
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Ahh, your talking about the fuel injector plug clip. Sorry, thought you were talking about the fuel line clip.

Like purple said, flush out ALL the pink before you add the green, if you don't, you will have black sludge.
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I have found a local JY to be a good spot to pick up those clips.

If you have no luck, holler, I'll check the pile of spare stuff.
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I needed a pulley also so I bought the clip on-line at RockAuto. I was going to hunt one down but it is too easy to find a cheap price on-line... The serpentine tensioner was a good price as I got the AC Delco tensioner for $15. Also, just got the upgraded rotors and Ceramic pads from R-1 Concepts. I was sick of the stock rotors warping and heard the R-1 concepts rotors work pretty well. That should do it for my upgrades this year.....
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I've been running R1s for nearly 2 years, and no problems at all.
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