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Fuel rail fittings

Does anyone know what the fuel line fitting is on the fuel rail of a 964 3.6 naturally assperated. I think itís an AN-6 but I am not positive. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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There arenít any -an fittings. It will be a typical metric thread. I believe the fuel rail test port is M12x1.5. Same as the 3.2. Whatís the project?
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There arenít any -an fittings. It will be a typical metric thread. I believe the fuel rail test port is M12x1.5. Same as the 3.2. Whatís the project?


I installed a megasquirt engine managment in my 964. I want to make up a fuel line with a port to instal an electronic fuel pressure sensor to hook up to my megasquirt( it will make my fuel calculation even more accurate). I was to lazy to unhook my fuel rail and thought someone may no the answer so I can get the correct fittings before I have to take everything apart. Iím not looking for the fuel rail test port. I need to know the high pressure hose fitting to the fuel rail.


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No expert, but wouldnt the test port give you the reading you are looking for? Dont think there is anywhere else you could tap in easily without some modifications as per a wet N2O installation for example.
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