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Fuel Rail and Fuel Pressure Regulator Help

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  1. raidmax

    raidmax New Member

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    I have a AEM High Flow Fuel Rail. I broke the (i think its called) the -6 AN fitting that the fuel line connects to on the fuel rail.

    Can somebody help me and post a link where I can buy this fitting?

    I'm also thinking about a fuel pressure regulator. So to install the FPR... can I take the main fuel line that goes into the fuel rail and hook it in the FPR, then coming out if the FPR... it will connect to the fitting on my AEM fuel rail? :confused:

    Can somebody give me a wesite that has all the extra fittings and fuel lines if I decide to buy the fuel pressure regulator?

    Thanks in advance!
    David Johns
     
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    Estorvito Soy Boricua

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    Click here....


    Hope it helps
    Good luck!
     
  3. raidmax

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    that doesnt really help.... thats my problem! I dont know what all fittings I need.... male? female? what size for this one? what size for that one? AN fitting? NPT???

    can somebody help me plz?

    I did find this just now...

     
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  4. Estorvito

    Estorvito Soy Boricua

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    but didnt you say it was a -6 fitting?

    they have everything you need in that site....
    Theres the banjo, banjo bolt, unions, etc... Everything is in that site i gave you...search under special FUEL, or aluminum adapters.
     
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    ok... everything is on that site.

    You are missing my question.... I dont know what all I need. I've searched google myself and found websites that sell the parts. I dont know what banjo parts and what sizes and everything else.

    really... all I need is the main fuel line that connects to the fuel rail, and the metal fitting that is on my AEM fuel rail.
     
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    so whats the fitting on the fuel rail..... that the fuel line connects to?

    It looks like this:

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    Somebody please post a link to buy this! I've searched (dont know the exact size... came off AEM high flow fuel rail).
     
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    bump...

    please help me! I need this one part for my car to drive again!
     
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    that pic is of a banjo bolt, what size I don't know, Your rail and regulator look fine, You'll need to wrap that line in tape and recut the end. But I recomend you take it in to a local spped shop and grab some fitting and try them. Or call AEM monday they will know
     
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    thanks!

    thanks hcivic.com !

    Banjo was the key word.... I found one.... and it's being shipped! :mellow:

    Thanks again!

    peace,
    David Johns
    David Johns Portfolio
     
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