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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2016, 6:45 pm 
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Hey guys, I've picked up from where I left off with the GSR conversion & have come come to a halt with the correct positioning of the longest line out of the 3 that connects to the fuel pump. I'm needing a photo or diagram of how this line crosses over the rear trailing arm & basically to just get an idea of how it's shaped, as mine was bent significantly out of it's original positioning & I'd rather not have to bend it anymore than it needs to. This is the only hurdle stopping me from fitting the turbo fuel tank in. Unfortunately even my parts catalog doesn't give much of an idea.

Even a quick drawing in paint would help substantially.

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Aug 2016, 9:34 pm 
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Hey MIke,
Here is a quick photo of the fuel line........it runs from the passenger side fuel pump, through the fuel tank holders to the drivers side where it enters the engine bay, mine has a rubber hose to the fuel pump........sorry about the pic but it's dark in the shed.

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Aug 2016, 10:21 pm 
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As always Andrew, thank you. This at least gives me an idea now of where it's meant to sit - above the lip of the tank & forward of the hangar mount. All I need to do now is to get the right bend back into this line as it goes over the trailing arm, which has proven to be fun.


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