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    Question 95 SL Fuel Line Resistor

    Help. I can't seem to locate anyone who has a return fuel line resistor and am not able to make one myself.

    Does anybody know where I could buy one?

    Thanks


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    I've used a 100 main jet screwed into a brass barbed fitting before on my GPR. Place inline with the return fuel line to the tank.
    Brass is soft, so it will thread into the 1/4" fitting easy. This can be found at hardware stores and automotive stores in their fittings bins
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    Your picture shows 2 - 100 main jet screws. Do I put one on each end of the barb fitting. Should I use a clamp or will the fuel line stay in the barb fitting?

    Thanks,
    Rich

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    You only need one jet and yes you should clamp the lines.

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    Cool

    Thanks guys!!!!

    You rock

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