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Question efuel qusetion

Got a efuel question for all you OBS guys....i saw some where in a efuel thread some where....and i'm after the fitting/fittings that are used to adapt an AN line to the banjo fitting in the valley to the hard lines that go to the back of the heads on my 95 7.3 obs...

and one about the fuel lines on top of the motor...

Which lines of the lines the hard lines to the back of the heads or the braided lines that hook up to the FPR are the return lins back to the tanks????? Thanks for any info!!! starting my e-fuel conversion in 2 days after figureing out my new AE program!!!!
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Back of the heads are feed, front is return going to FPR
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Back of the heads are feed, front is return going to FPR
Thank you Sir!!!! Any body have an idea who's efuel build or who sells the adapter fitting that lets you use the rear feed lines and adapts to an AN line???

Will be starting efuel tommarrow!!! Lots of parts are on the way!!!
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Thank you Sir!!!! Any body have an idea who's efuel build or who sells the adapter fitting that lets you use the rear feed lines and adapts to an AN line???

Will be starting efuel tommarrow!!! Lots of parts are on the way!!!
Most guys eliminate the banjo and use a Y block...

Here is my favorite write up on efuel, and the one i will using when i build mine.

Electric Fuel Conversion - PowerStrokeNation : Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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Best E-Fuel right up I have seen yet!!!!!
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But it is pretty good, lots of bouncing around tho lol
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this is the fitting for the banjo bolt. you can then go to whatever you want. i went to a 3/8 hose barb

6404-12-08 | FEMALE BOSS x MALE PIPE ADAPTOR

i am running this until i get a chance to put in a Y block
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this is the fitting for the banjo bolt. you can then go to whatever you want. i went to a 3/8 hose barb

6404-12-08 | FEMALE BOSS x MALE PIPE ADAPTOR

i am running this until i get a chance to put in a Y block
Thanks Terry that's what i was looking for!!!!I'm still going to use my Tubes from the pump to the back of the heads..Cause they are brand new and cost A Hundy,And they don't leak Yet...
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