well, Mr. Clunk, i have no power mods done the the truck(he says as he's about to order a Edge Juice w/ Attitude:rckWaita minute...do you mean to say you haven't installed a lift pump fuel pressure gauge after acknowledging The Return of the Son of The New Guy Info?
Yeah...he said he was gonna do a Juicew/Attitude:rck:well, Mr. Clunk, i have no power mods done the the truck(he says as he's about to order a Edge Juice w/ Attitude:rck
and, besides, i'm still not 100% sure on how yer setup worked anywayYeah...he said he was gonna do a Juicew/Attitude:rck:
ok, now that i know all that chit, i'll go ahead and do that when i install the edge's pyro senderNope, disregard the small amber line...it's for bleeding air onna gasser. It's not on the line now.
Yup, the Fuel Pressure check kit hose screws one end onto the Schrader Valve on the injector pump and the other end where the gauge is screwed on is the end to start adding the greasegun lines.
The greasegun line extensions (3500psi) have 1/8"NPT male threads so the female fittings have to be bought too. The needle valve (1/4 open to dampen the pressure pulses) has to be bought also as well as a 0-30psi gauge.
You might take the list to a NAPA or O'Reilly's and see if they can fix you up. Don't forget the Permatex non-hardening thread sealer.
It's kinda involved but you can save a few bucks over a ready made if you have the time to chase the parts.
it comes w/ instructions, right:dunno:I keep adding to my last post.
Do you know how to install yer pyrometer?