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here is what i am doing with 10-an ends

Old 04-12-2013, 08:34 AM
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oh ok that looks good does any one use any of the regulators that come with a 3.2 intake? or is it just more stuff to sell here?
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Xbmwguy, are those fittings MIG welded to the fuel rails.

Just wondering, because I have some rails that was cut by PO and also some an fittings...and a mig welder
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ken those wont work for our application. dmatera can hook you up with fittings, hose, injectors, andrising rate press regulater. yes it was mig i think
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If Bruce did it, more likely tig welded.
Tungston inert gas with a stick instead of wire feed mig.
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oh ok that looks good does any one use any of the regulators that come with a 3.2 intake? or is it just more stuff to sell here?
The only reason to replace FPR is if you went with a rising rate reg. If not, the 3.2 FPR is just fine for boost.

I used it both ways with a Protomotive rising rate that uses the stock 3.2 FPR to work. It's a simple large diaphragm with a piston that pushes on the stock 3.2 FPR once in boost.

Pretty trick.
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oh ok that looks good does any one use any of the regulators that come with a 3.2 intake? or is it just more stuff to sell here?
If you are re-welding with AN fittings, it is likely easier to use an AN regulator. Otherwise you're doing AN on one end and M16 to the 3.2L regulator -- fine, but more expensive special order fittings.

We use a larger Aeromotive A1000 for big HP fuel and/and ethanol applications, and it has 6AN/6ORB adapter fittings.
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ken those wont work for our application. dmatera can hook you up with fittings, hose, injectors, andrising rate press regulater. yes it was mig i think
yeah i already got injectors and an inter-cooler and some pipes and fittings from him
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You need to remember whatever you find out they support on gasoline that E85 uses about 30-35% more fuel. I used to have a jig for the billet ones you are requesting, but stopped making them. You might try Marco Manzie at Billet Design
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nocarrier did a good writeup for adapting AN fittings to the stock lines and rails.

Carrera Intake Fuel Line Update For My Efi Conversion
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Not much info but I found these.

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