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Dfuzer Rear Fuel Line Routing

Does anyone run this and how did you route it away from the turbo or down pipe.

Since I have the option closer to Turbo up pipes or closer to Turbo Exh. down tube.

Any insulation on either?

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Don't bother. Won't really gain anything.


But it goes behind the up pipes and over the tranny. No where near the turbo.
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It's already on the engine, so....

I can route it under or behind the down pipe and SS Zip tie it to the 3/4" pipe running tight along the firewall.

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oh didnt know you already had one.

It must be longer than the cross over line i have messed with.

the one I had wouldn't have gone up to the coolant line along the fire wall
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Wouldn't it be a good idea to loop the rear cyls?

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Wouldn't it be a good idea to loop the rear cyls?
I would be surprised if anyone will answer your question. All I have ever seen is you don't need it....but what it will do is equalize the pressure on both heads so fuel flow is the same to all injectors

I'd rather be fishing
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I would bet that you dont see any difference with it. Its still a dead head system. I dont think its worth the time and effort to put it in. If you are going to be in there and going that far why not just put in a regulated return.

It certainly cant hurt tho.
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Because i didn't know about the regulated return systems and i have my heads back on, everything buttoned up and the turbo out for a Durastroke replacement on the way. so looking at this thought while i have access to it, i should route it appropriately.

So seeking recommendations from the knowledgeable ones.

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