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Old 18th May 2017, 21:09   #1
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Default Fuel lines for ITB

I'm trying to get the last few things in place before i can install my ITB's from an R6, but the fuel lines is causing me some headache.

The connectors looks like this:
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And the fuel lines like these:
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Is is posible to change the lines to something else?
Or make some sort of an adaptor?

I'm building it as 100% plug n' play, so i won't cut anything, but i will be changing anything necessary but in a way so i can revert it back to stock again.
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quite simple
presuming the std fuel reg is NOT on the tank ,as later cars are
then all you need to do is make rubber fuel hoses from the connectors on t/bodies and get a couple of old snap on connectors from another saxo/ 106 --
and make push on rubber fuel hoses and fix with REAL fuel line clips and using std push on connectors
saxo,s have short plastic hoses that go from bulkhead to fuel rail --use then to make up your adaptor hoses
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quite simple
presuming the std fuel reg is NOT on the tank ,as later cars are
then all you need to do is make rubber fuel hoses from the connectors on t/bodies and get a couple of old snap on connectors from another saxo/ 106 --
and make push on rubber fuel hoses and fix with REAL fuel line clips and using std push on connectors
saxo,s have short plastic hoses that go from bulkhead to fuel rail --use then to make up your adaptor hoses
Cheers John
The regulator is on the fuel rail, so that's not an issue

Just to make sure I get it right, I take an old fuel rail and cut the plastic clips off and use them to make a connector so I can attach the fuel hose?

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saxo has short pipes that go from bulkhead to fuel rail with male +female connectors on each pipe
look on service parts for saxo -to see what i mean
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Shown as #4 here, right?
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yep thats the ones
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