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Old 07-27-2003, 09:48 PM
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Gots a 96 accord f22 engine have most of the turbo kit ready to go but only one thing puzzles me. I bought a 12:1 vortech FMU of ebay with new calibration kit so the guts are clean. It only has the pressure fitting on the front. on the back are just 2 threaded holes. Now obviously these are for the fuel in and out my question is what all do I need to finsih this part. What fittings what hoses anything required to make this piece fit and where do I install it or does it replace?
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Old 07-31-2003, 06:33 PM
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bring the FMU with you and go to a hardware store or auto parts store. I think those are either 1/4 or 3/8 pipe fitting. Use a barb end on one side and a pipe thread on the other. Get brass or stainless fittings. When I used to work at ACE Harware, we had these fittings. The hoses that you need to get are the ones especially made for petroleum product. Not worry, these hoses are very common on Auto Parts store. You can buy it for like $1 a foot. Make sure that you get the right I.D. size. Good luck man....
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Old 07-31-2003, 06:40 PM
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ooopss, I forgot to mention the install part. There should be 3 fttings:
1) top fitting goes to a vacuum source from the intake manifold or just tap it with your FPR vac
2) bottom fitting is your fuel tank return
3) middle fitting is where the fuel rail fuel line connects to.

Review this small write up that I made. It may make more sense to you. If it doesnt work, click on the tech column of my website under "Basic Fuel System". My website is www.thermal99.com

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Old 07-31-2003, 06:42 PM
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