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Old 02-22-2012, 12:09 PM   #11
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If you put the FPR before the fuel rail all you are doing is boosting the pressue in the line behind it. Mine is after the fuel rail so that the rail carries the higher pressur.
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Ok, I would try to plug the original hoile if I could figure out what to use.
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Cut the whole FPR off, nip the rigid return line off, and connect that back to the end of the fuel rail with a short piece of fuel line with clamps, re-attach plastic return line. Thats the best I could think of.
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