You will also probably want to install a Big air kit to give yourself some room under the tank for relocating stuff. I have one that a member here builds and is very well liked by users here. His user name is Churchkey. do a search on him and you will find lots of info on his kit and how to order one.
Now, to get rid of the large drybreak on the fuel line you could do something like this
Wow thanx baclay! such a quick and clear answer. So all I need to buy is a Ferracci fuel line and a AIS removal kit from le baron, remove the rest and that's it? Is there any consequence for doing this?
Ok, You will need to buy an AIS removal kit, Ferracci dry break (if you like that on, I love mine), You will have to getabout 3' of3/8 fuel line to go from the fuel tank to the dry break and then on to the reserve tank. I bought the stainless braided fuel line and the pretty hose clamps that the guy in that thread I showed you used. You can get these through summit racing. Now to relocate the Fuel pressure regulator go to auto zone or napa or something similair and buy 2' of 5/16" FUEL INJECTION LINE. You are also going to use good Fuel injection hose clamps on this part.(Not regular hose clamps) You can see pictures of the repositioning of the Fuel Pressure regulator in the link I gave you. Make sure you use two bolts to bolt the two halves of the FPR back together. On one side of the FPR there is a plastic 90 deg elbow that comes out of the FPR and goes into a hose to another 90 deg fitting that connects to the engine. You will have to cut this hose off of these fittings because you will want to re use the fittings. Cut the hose easitly because there are two oring at the bottom of the fittings inside the hose you will want to reusse. Now, you will want to take your 5'16 hose and use it from the Reserve to the FPR and in between the 90 deg fittings going from the FPR to the engine. Make sure you use your FI hose clamps on this line! Now you can take off your engine mount bracket and you can trim off all of the excess bracketry. You do need to re-use the engine mount itself though. Like I said I would also suggest getting a Big air kit(BAK, V-BAK) to give yourself adequate room under the tank to hide stuff. Haveing said that you will want to look into either an ECU Bump(You will have to search for info on this because I have never done it.) or getting a PC3because you are going to be taking in more air with the BAK and will want totake advantage of a better air fuel mixture. Now all that being said,do these mods at your own risk. I only say this because you will be messing with the fuel system. Do your reserch on the site. Try to get all of the info you can. I hope this helped you. It really isn't that complicated once you start removing the clutter and can see what you are working with.
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