Just bought a Holley fuel pressure regulator and I don't want to mount it on the side anywhere. This thing weighs next to nothing so I was thinking about getting creative with some AN fittings and running it inline with a filter before and after. What do you all think? I might be able to tuck it behind the distributor so it's not as noticeable.
it may be overkill, but I wouldn't put any more weight on the fuel lines, braided steel or not, that they have to carry. There are too many mounting choices to just let it all hang loose. The vibration of the engine compartment is going to put too much stress on unsupported components. Just my opinion
I thought about that but I already bought a dual feed line with AN fittings so that won't work. However, this one would work, but it only comes in blue and red. Would have to paint it black or something.
I have mine mounted on the left side front fender apron. You can just see the top of it in this picture. I have a custom 1/2" fuel system in my car from the fuel cell. I have all braided steel fuel lines under the hood.
1970 Fastback (to be finished outside as a Boss 302 clone)
393 Windsor AFR 205 heads with 11.5:1 compression
Tremec TKO 5 Speed
Link to my Hub Garage and blog about my car http://www.hubgarage.com/mygarage/maxum96
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