Re: Fuel line ? with pictures
Unthread the red portion of the AN fitting and put it on the end of your braided line by twisting and pushing. You want it to bottom out on the braided line. Then lubricate the threaded nipple on the blue fitting and thread it into the red part. I have a cable cutter that makes it very easy to cut braided line. Makes perfect clean cuts without any debris or fraying of the braid. You can borrow it if you like.
Here is a link to the hose assembly instructions: http://www.stockcarproducts.com/aqp1a.htm
I would move the fuel line to get more clearance between it and the headers. Don't over tighten the fuel pressure gauge. I noticed you used teflon tape on the fitting at the carb. That should be a flare fitting which doesn't need sealant.
Good luck and let me know if you would like to borrow the cutter.
Edit: I would also suggest a 1/2" plastic or phenolic carb spacer to insulate the carb from the heat of the motor.
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Last edited by Steve69SS396; Feb 23rd, 07 at 11:34 AM.