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Old 08-13-2019, 09:25 AM   #1
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Fuel system ideas?

I'm leaning towards the radium dual pump setup but I'm curious where you guys are mounting your regulators and fuel filters? I'm looking for a clean solution as I will be installing the engine and everything very soon.
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I am using the radium dual pump. Feed and return lines are easy to install and run thankfully. My radium filter is under the car and my fuel pressure regulator is mounted on the driver side strut area where there was a freed up threaded hole for a 10mm bolt. The hole is just below the 2 factory 86 threaded stud/strut bar mounting points.

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I am using the radium dual pump. Feed and return lines are easy to install and run thankfully. My radium filter is under the car and my fuel pressure regulator is mounted on the driver side strut area where there was a freed up threaded hole for a 10mm bolt. The hole is just below the 2 factory 86 threaded stud/strut bar mounting points.

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I looked through your whole thread. Any pictures of the lines and the filter under the car by chance? I appreciate it!
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I looked through your whole thread. Any pictures of the lines and the filter under the car by chance? I appreciate it!
I can take some today but mine just run along the bottom where the OEM ones were. And the filter you have to get creative, or there is a company (not sure which, maybe Radium) that makes a special mount for their fuel filters that holds the filter and mounts to the chassis.
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I can take some today but mine just run along the bottom where the OEM ones were. And the filter you have to get creative, or there is a company (not sure which, maybe Radium) that makes a special mount for their fuel filters that holds the filter and mounts to the chassis.
I'm mainly curious where you put the filter. I'm trying to plan out what fittings I will need.
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I bought the radium filter and mount. Massaged(pounded) the floorboard in under the driver seat to get it up above the lower points of the floor board. Then I made an cover/skid plate for it all with aluminum plate. I ran the fuel lines up into the frame rail and drilled a hole up top to get it into the engine bay.

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https://www.instagram.com/p/Be8FJyjl...=1d1k9brxt2pu8

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BjD9JOjD...d=gndu6lvnvxvh

Supply and return fuel lines enter just under the brake booster.
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