Mike Del Tergo
mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 12 18:46:52 EST 2006
I went with the 2 inch fuel line and quality clamp solution. I have a hose
shop that could fab it for about $20 once I get a spare ride up and running
and can let the 200 sit for a while. I also replaced the FPR while there as
my car has been going through a bit of oil as well as 10-15% fuel usage
variations on identical trips and I figured the FPR could be the culprit.
Note to others, don't place too much force on the iso mounts that the FPR
bolts up to, very fragile on prolly irreplaceable.
>How much did you pay for the line? I think I saw prices come in around
>$100 for oem, and been putting more and more parts in that are "only $100."
>My other difficualty is right now telling exactly where the leak is. Odors
>SEEM stronger in one area that another, and my only other data at this
>point is others have had failure with the same hose.
>So far for me, no visible leaks, and no apparent dust accumulation to
>indicate a leakage spot.
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