- Nov 18, 2016
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- My Car
- Mach 1 73 351c
Nice piece of solid mechanic for the KD Rob!
Ah I bet you went passenger side, because of the direction of the sending unit nipple forcing a loop if you would go old line route...
I hesitated do same thing and opted for the "all on one side", tho also means more complex bracket work as you can't fit
the 2 filters+pump in the safe space left over and it need be well encapsulated from the elements. so second filter is now relocated near wheel before entering bay.
I wished I opted for the other side at times
I'll post final picts of the whole line work when I finally will be able turn that key on.
How does your lines enter engine bay from the sides or you went back to tunnel? As you have inverted sides for the unit ports, where do they cross each other?
Also for you positive wire where did you tab the power? found the red green wire at ignition on column that would do, but wonder if there not another place
to do it, saving me the gym to solder the splice safely on the spot.
This is how the hoses are routed, the pass eachother in a cross behind the sniper unit. Both hoses runs in protective flex hose when the pass critical areas. The return hose was to short so I had to put a 90 degree angle AN fitting. I bought the master kit with evrything included, it says enough hose . Thats not true, I had to buy new hose for the return line.
I Went on the passenger side for getting a straight line under where the fuel pump is located. The outlet from the tank is bent upwards, so I had to make a slight loop to bring it back to the filter and pump. Not fancy att all but it seems to work fine. Il see if I can get a better Picture from under the car.