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hey guys,


anyone know a place online where i can buy the tee to tee the sender into the fuel lines?

stock fuel lines are 5/16" and the sender is a 1/8ntp fitting. so what i'm thinking that i need is a

5/16" barbed hose ----1/8ntp female tee-----5/16" barbed hose


yes, excellent...now...show me some cool onlines places!

Tim
 
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DO NOT RUN A FUEL LINE IN TO THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT. THIS IS A BIG NO-NO.

Either get an electrical fuel pressure gauge (I have an Autometer, they run about $200).

Or get a mechanical gauge with an isolator (gauge is about $50, isolator about $100).



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71dsp,

i have the autometer full sweep electrical gauge...the tee i'm referring to tee's in to the electrical sender. do you know where i can get this fitting? i'm not finding it at any local hardware stores..
 

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Yeah, I just got that same full sweet elect. Autometer gauge too. Going to put it on this weekend. I was unaware that I needed other parts to hook it up. If so, which ones!!!
 
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If you wanted to be slick, you could just tap the other end of the fuel rail.

Do you have a Helm's manual? It shows an adapter for a fuel pressure gauge that mounts on the stock banjo bolt. Perhaps you could use that, but I am not sure.

I am just going to tap the other end of the fuel rail.

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ok new question,

the banjo bolt is male 12mm. The electrical sender is male 1/8npt. where can i purchase something to put these together? mainly, a 12mm female to 1/8npt female piece?


does anyone know what size the fitting is on the pressure gauge listed in the helms manual? is it 1/8npt? if it is then i guess we could purchase the adapter listed in the helms manual too to make this work.



[This message has been edited by Pure Lude (edited April 29, 2001).]
 
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