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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezy View Post
    Amlk - yes pal. I'm trying to run an an hose from the bulkhead hardline. As I'm using teflon line it doesn't clamp down as well as rubber stuff,
    What do you mean from the bulkhead hardline? When you say bulkhead, I think of a bulkhead fitting which you have added to the top of the fuel cage, but I have a feeling you're not referring to that.

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    ^ if I called it the firewall? Would that help?

    Will take a picture of exactly where in talking about tomorrow
    Last edited by Jonezy; 10-02-2014 at 06:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezy View Post
    ^ if I called it the firewall? Would that help?

    Will take a picture of exactly where in talking about tomorrow
    In for pics, for results


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezy View Post
    ^ if I called it the firewall? Would that help?

    Will take a picture of exactly where in talking about tomorrow
    Waiting on your picture sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezy View Post
    ^ if I called it the firewall? Would that help?

    Will take a picture of exactly where in talking about tomorrow
    Ok ya that makes more sense. If I'm not mistaken that fitting at least on the 8th gen is the same as the fitting on the stock fuel line up by the rail. Why not make things easy and just concert the stock line to AN up closer to the rail where you know which size it is? That 2 feet or less of larger hose would hardly make a flow difference if any at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoolin_VTEC View Post
    Waiting on your picture sir
    Sorry for the wait guys, just gone back to work this week, any free time it's been raining sideways. Will sort it when I check the oil on friday

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    This is zoomed out to show the general area, just about 5" behind the collector on the manifold is where the pipes are on the firewall



    This is a closer pic, although iphone doesn't like taking the pic.


    Not the best pics, but hopefully you can see where I mean

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    At least for the 8th gen (I would be surprised if it was different for your car):
    To make the stock feed work, you need a Russell -6 AN male to 1/4" SAE Quick-disconnect female, part number 641303, I then used a Russell ProClassic -6 AN Straight Swivel Coupler, part number 640003 to connect it to the -6 AN ORB fitting on my FPR. This setup worked for me due to the placement of my FPR. If you put it somewhere in the bay other than on the side of the head, you may need to skip using the stock hose and make your own hose from the firewall to the FPR. The good news is, the same -6 AN male to 1/4" SAE Quick-disconnect female fitting can be used at the firewall to connect to your custom -6 AN hose if needed.
    Original article:
    http://becausehonda.com/articles/nnf...se-fuel-return
    A thread I made that discusses this and has more links:
    http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/turbo...el-return.html

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    Hey fellas, totally forgot to report back, but that 1/4" Russel fitting was bang on perfect fit!

    Cheers for all involved

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezy View Post
    Hey fellas, totally forgot to report back, but that 1/4" Russel fitting was bang on perfect fit!

    Cheers for all involved
    Glad it worked!


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