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Old 04-27-2007, 04:31 AM   #1
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return fuel system

so im trying to learn this stuff and i cant seem to figure this out. maybe you guys could shed some light.

ok so a return fuel system comes in the passenger side of the fuel rail and back off the driver side?

you use stainless steel braided line?

do you use the stock fuel tank or do you need a cell?

if you use the stock one where do you attach the stainless line?

do you need an in tank pump or will and inline work?

which pump is preferred? i figured aeromotive but they have a lot....

also you still run a fuel filter correct?


sorry if this is a lot of questions but i wanna know. thanks in advance gurus.


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What is your power goals

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Old 04-27-2007, 11:56 AM   #3
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high....like 400-450 ish
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Aeromotive 1000 pump
Fuel rail
Adjustable fuel Psi regulator for boost 1 to 1
Fittings
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Stock tank will work but a race type tank with a bladder will work better , your looking at about 2500.00

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how big would the race tank be? "gallons" can u put a bladder in the stock tank?
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No you cant put a bladder in the stock tank , you can get race tanks from 3 gal to 30 gal

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Tom...................do U Have Any Pics Of A Return Fuel Setup ?
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