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Join Date: Aug 2007
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Originally Posted by x98boardwell View Post
Do you happen to have any pictures of this removal or what I need to remove to separate. I'm guessing I will need to remove more fuel lines since I would be separating from the throttle body which is staying on the intake... correct?
Thanks,
Bryan
Hi Bryan:
You're having too much fun.
There are 4-fuel lines to disconnect from the fuel head. The main in/out and the two that go to the WUR. May be easier to disconnect the lines from the WUR than the fuel head. Of course, remove the fuel lines going to the injectors.
Fuel head held to air box with 3-flat head screws counter sunk into head. Fuel head sealed to air box with an O-ring. Pry fuel head off air box carefully.
Air box is attached to manifold with three 13mm nuts. Pull it.
And yes, the throttle body stays on the manifold. Lots of vac and AAR hoses to pull before manifold can be pulled. You'll find em when they won't let the manifold come up.
I'd get you some pix today but there's not enough room to get the camera where it needs to go to get the pix.
Hope the new spacers from Turbokraft do the trick.
Chris
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