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Confused over fuel bowl!?

Hey guys,

Just ordered my fuel bowl seal kit online and saw Trey Spooners youtube video on the "how to".

My question is I want to replace the injection hoses with stainless braided with a viton liner BUT I noticed on the video that the fuel bowl was connected through the hpop reservoir where mine is bolted directly into the middle of the block in the valley??

Not too sure why they are in different locations, also makes it hard purchasing new size hoses without taking them off and measuring or taking to a hose shop leaving myself without a truck for a while.

Anyone pitch in please? Thanks
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Forgot to say, mine is a 96 7.3
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From the bowl to the pump???

Mine is bolted to the block also....

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Trey's is a Super Duty. The Fuel Bowl is farther forward to accommodate the SD turbo. Also not the same FB as the SD is designed with the electric fuel pump in mind. Different placement of parts, different parts in general, slightly different function as to how it routes and returns.

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-Bean's: 160/100 (FF Injectors), 2/ 6-POS chips (TW & Beans tunes), Overboost controller, E-Fuel
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-370 Amp alt., 40k trans cooler, SRP1.1
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Ahh, treys is 99+.....my bad!

Still will be needing the hoses though, are they 3/8? And any idea what lengths they are? The ones going from the FPR to injectors.

Many thanks

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Yup 3/8 and get a foot in case you cut 1 too short LOL.....

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Thanks for the reply Shane. I can get a hose shop (greenline) to make them up so that's not a problem, just need to know length of each side and type of thread for the nuts.......searching everywhere but no luck so far.
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Nuts????? No Nuts between the bowl and pump, just 3 hoses maybe 3" in length

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There is nothing to make on that side of the fuel bowl. It is just bulk fuel line with hose clamps. One in and one Out.

+ Matt - Star Tiger +
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-370 Amp alt., 40k trans cooler, SRP1.1
-twin on-board air w/ 10 gal. tank

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Sorry, I edited my post. From the FPR to each bank (long day!)

I just took pictures but don't know how to upload from my cell.
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