Fueling & Injection - trouble with FAST fuel rails,
06-03-2007, 06:55 PM
i am putting my new motor to geather and have some issues,
im not to happy with my fast fuel rail kit, they give you no info at all when you buy those things, i did not know tha i could'n just install them without buying an adapter kit that cost just as much,
my questions is,
where am i goin to attach the fuel pressure sensor to the rails? and where does the solinoid goes aswell? there is nothing about this in the manual and i cant se nothing on the intake og the rails to put them on?
06-03-2007, 07:52 PM
I didn't lie to you, the fuel pressure regulator is in the tank. The regulator was only on the fuel rail for 97 and 98 vettes. All f body's had the regulator in the tank.
06-03-2007, 08:13 PM
Guess I'm lost here - what fuel pressure sensor & what solenoid? Neither of those items were on my stock fuel system.
All you need to hook up the aftermarket rails is an install kit that includes: a couple fittings for the ends of the rails, (2) 90's for the crossover, (1) 90 for the feed, some SS braided hose, and an adapter to go to end of your factory metal fuel line.
Every set of eftermarket fuel rails needs the above items - and they are not included in the price of the rails.
Good place to get all the above is from Nate @ Nasty Performance. Tell him what you're looking to do & he'll hook you up with all the necessary parts.
06-03-2007, 08:13 PM
what piece is it then that is on my fuel rail? looks like a regulator,
the other piece that looks like an solinoid is on the piece where the fuel lines where attached on the motor,
i will try to get some pics of this tomorrow
06-03-2007, 08:16 PM
If you're talking about that little item on the end of the crossover - that's NOT a regulator. As stated, the regulator for our system is part of the fuel bucket in the tank.
That thing on the stock rails supposedly evens out pulses in the fuel system - not needed at all when going with aftermarket rails.
06-03-2007, 08:26 PM
The other thing that you're talking about, does it have a line that goes to the front of the manifold? If so that's the evap system. I just let mine rest on the injectors and valve cover.
06-03-2007, 08:30 PM
i think whe cracket it =D
06-03-2007, 08:36 PM
No problem man, get it running and on the road :devil:
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