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    Finished piecing together my RRFPR (pics)

    It took me a little while to get everything together and mounted.
    Here is the parts i used,

    tank fitting from turbo-tech
    powerflow regulator

    Here are some pics




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    I used marine fuel line and brass fittings.
    i had a little issue getting the fuel lines clamped on the tank fittings. 3/8 marine fuel line is a lot thicker than standard fuel injection hose.

    all in all it turned out good the only thing i have left to do is mount the fuel pressure gauge. im going to remote mount it in the glove box lid with the boost gauge. I will post pic of that once its mounted

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    Hi,
    Looks good. Do you have a link for the TT tank fitting? I was going to piece one of these together myself as well.
    Also where in NJ are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meansvt00 View Post
    I used marine fuel line and brass fittings.
    i had a little issue getting the fuel lines clamped on the tank fittings. 3/8 marine fuel line is a lot thicker than standard fuel injection hose.
    the marine hose may be thicker but is it rated for the high pressure? I don't know, just asking.....

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    Marine hose is actually thicker so it will pass regulatory "burn through times" if it were subjected to flames. I suppose this would allow the hose to handle more pressure... but I'm not sure how much more.

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    the hose is alcohol and fire resistant. its good to 250 psi
    http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...78&classNum=90

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    Quote Originally Posted by gprjersey07 View Post
    Hi,
    Looks good. Do you have a link for the TT tank fitting? I was going to piece one of these together myself as well.
    Also where in NJ are you located?
    I got the tank fitting on ebay. He had them listed a few times i'm sure you can contact him directly. He is a good guy.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=180333368151

    I live in north jersey but i ride in Brick

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    Looks good I was going to use an extra XS regulator I had laying around with the Turbo Tech mount. Just got to lazy and bought RUDE. Good job

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