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Parts List for Adding -6 Fuel Filter w/stock line&Pump Mods

can't seem to find part numbers for building a -6 e85 fuel system using the stock feed line.

i'll add a large fuellab filter for e85 with -6 , but what fittings are needed to add it?

also fittings and misc needed to put my 255 pump in the stock canister

i've read the post '' e85 questions , with about 11 pages ....

anyone have a simple parts list w/part no. and where that part goes in the fuel system ?
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Sorry i do not have a list of all parts needed, but i can try to start you in the right direction. but first...

is your 255 a direct stock replacement 255? if so, there shouldnt be any extra parts needed. just follow this
https://www.srtforums.com/forums/f75...nstall-188152/

as for hooking up to the stock hard line, i used one of these fittings which attaches at the firewall.

http://fullblownmotorsports.com/fuel...ick-disconnect
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Thanks for the help Gump....Full Blown has some special fittings i'll need

this is the 255 pump kit i was looking to buy from Modern

second pic is what i think i need for fittings and installing 255 into canister

third is fittings i believe i'll need but w/o that filter

fourth - this is how i want to mount my Fuelab 828 Filter.... what fitting's do i need?

5- is this how i need to route lines?

Lastly.... i get this a lot when trying to research and learn... can't get pictures.
Pic's help a lot , but can't get because post are too old?
some of this info goes back to 2005. Which makes me think vendors have put out updated... better refined part's today

i'm sure i'm going to buy stuff that i don't need, so suggestions for the right part's Greatly Appreciated
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i'll be using AGP return line kit from Modern..... so i will only need one -6 for feed out of pump

i believe pictures are showing return going back to pump
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Sorry, I can help much here. I was going to do something like this but went another route.
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It may not be exactly what you're seeking, but there may be some part numbers you can steal from this thread (maybe some of the fittings), they should be somewhat current:

https://www.srtforums.com/forums/f18...post1073796873
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thanks for the link dirtbag...... has a lot of good info, i'll be ordering fittings , lines and other misc. items because of this post
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what is the spacer for moving the thermostat housing for?

aftermarket fuel rail?
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what is the spacer for moving the thermostat housing for?

aftermarket fuel rail?
Yes. It allows for a straight through connection of fuel lines without the need for a 90 degree elbow off the passenger side of the rail.
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so most guy's are using -6 for return when switching to a Big Turbo....

the AGP kit like from Modern , has a -4 return

anyone sell a -6 kit?

i would like to use my feed line for the return and go ahead and change/add -8 for the feed to a Full Blown rail,

i believe i'll need a "Aeromotive A1000-6 Injected Bypass Regulator 13109", it can accept -6 fittings

any info on making your own -6 return on SRT Forums ?

it's for a e85 build , want to have plenty of capacity

i'll still return it into the filler hose (changing -4 to -6 in the tube for filler hose) like "Aaronneon" did in 2006 post

Aaronneon return line installed! (pics)
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I basically made my own with 1/2" aluminum tubing. Both for the feed and return. I came from the Supra world and that still sticks with me to this day. But remember I am using a surge tank.
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I used aluminum tubing as well, but I went with 1/2 inch and -8. -4 for return will work fine, but ideally you want a return that is as large, or larger than your feed. You don't want any pressure in there.
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thanks for the help , starting to test assemble engine......

went with a aftermarket fuel rail.....is their any t-stat housing spacer's being made ?

been looking , no luck
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thanks for the help , starting to test assemble engine......

went with a aftermarket fuel rail.....is their any t-stat housing spacer's being made ?

been looking , no luck
i tried to do a quick look around and havent found anywhere that sells them anymore. Rage-tek used to, but they scammed a bunch of people... i dont even know if things can be purchased from them anymore...

BUT, i can tell you i made my own. I used another thermostat housing and cut the flange that meets the head off and smoothed it out and used it as a spacer. obviously longer bolts and new gaskets are required.


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I just used some sheet aluminum to make mine.



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