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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-16-2007, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Ports do they make a difference

I have a system that pumps in the rear ports under the turbo (the eighth inche ones) and comes out the same in the front. Is there any advantage to changing to the drain ports on the heads, instead of the small ones. If it is better were do I find the Fittings, or what type of threads are needed! THANKS!:shrug:

P.S. 5/8 line to the pump, 1/2 to the y, 2 1/4s to the heads, 2 1/4s to the regulator, 3/8s return. 55psi at idle boost regulated, NO FILTER OR PUMP ON THIS 96 ENGINE!!!!!!!! All on the frame.

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I am a pretty dang fast injector changer too... Probably harder to do on mine too...

I don't have any advice for ya, thought I would throw that in just for laughs. I was dealing with what a retarded dealership mechanic told me was an injector problem and was not. Did like six swaps on number 3 and two.

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In my case with a 4" downpipe, I doubt I would have enough room for a fitting on the passenger side to come out the drain port. OBS may be different. I'm still finishing up my fuel system but I'm running 3/8 line throughout.

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thanks guys, I had to replace some bolts on mine because i had them in and out to many times. Just come to the next smokin and well have a change off just for fun.

96 F-250 4X4,DP Tunner, EZmod, up graded IDM, custom drive shafts, staight axle up grade, 5-speed,head studs, bps bypass, dual HPOP's, AFE Filter, aeromotive fuel system, tubes, springs, oringed, copper head gaskets, 5" stacks (all chrome), south-bend dd clutch, H2E big spinny thing, some hugh-jazz injectors, 3" body lift (had to fit the turbo in), homemade traction bars fromt and rear, blood sweat & lockers!!
Four different trucks had to die to make this one!!!!!!!!!!!Thats why we call him FRANKEN STROKE! Too much fuel, and not enough money

Sled pulling in NC,TENN,VA,and anywere else theyll let us!!!!!

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