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Old 08-15-2013, 10:39 AM   #365
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This was posted in the FF DIY thread awhile back, and was one of the first of many people complaining about fuel leaks. It clearly shows that the hose included with the FF kit is not the same inside diameter as the stock hose.



Hose on left is designed for an aluminum hose end of some type, it's inside ID is largely irrelevant when used as intended.
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I hope we aren't scaring other vendors away from this community.
On the contrary, vendors would prefer a community that doesn't actually know much as they're easier to ride the trend train and cash in.

Though that's a bit of a double edged sword. Imagine selling a product that you didn't make or engineer, have it misinstalled, and then you get lambasted because something catastrophic happened. Not saying that's what happened. Maybe the kit has the wrong parts. I don't really know or care. I just hope the OP gets it resolved with the least amount of impact on him.

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That line looks degraded somehow.

There should be a series of numbers printed on the side of the hose in the kit. 30R7, 30R9, or 30R14? Just curious. Does it say "CARB approved" or "multi-fuel compatible" on the side of the hose?
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New thread title: "Subaru BRZ cigarette lighter burns hole in seat"
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New thread title: "Subaru BRZ cigarette lighter burns hole in seat"
First post: "Move along, nothing to see here, these aren't the droids you are looking for"

guess you overlooked the post where a mod did two posts talking shit too..unless your being a smart ass lol
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That line looks degraded somehow.

There should be a series of numbers printed on the side of the hose in the kit. 30R7, 30R9, or 30R14? Just curious. Does it say "CARB approved" or "multi-fuel compatible" on the side of the hose?
If you don't know what you are talking about, don't add fuel to the fire.

The hose is fine, not degraded, and there is no printing on the outside braid. All normal.

There are several style of hose ends for this hose,

This is approximately what it looks like with one type of end installed
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...any of you guys who were originally thinking FI or E85 FF have any second thoughts because of this?
Honestly? yes and no...

This is one of the tragically funniest threads I have read in a while. From the stand point of the OP, Visconti and the community collectively this is a loss. Personally I'm salivating thinking about possibilities of an E85 FF kit added to a FI setup with headers and an exhaust. His E85 FF kit was going to be my first power mod but it's not only the power I'm interested in...



In my area E85 is almost $2.00 a gallon cheaper so any E85 setup will end up paying for itself. FF is the way to go...

...let's not throw out the baby with the bathwater.

If Crawford comes up with an E85 FF kit the money will come flying out of my wallet. If Visconti is smart he'll make this right and then partner with someone who actually knows what their doing.
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Hose on left is designed for an aluminum hose end of some type, it's inside ID is largely irrelevant when used as intended.
So you still believe the issues with the FF kit are 1000% installation problems and zero problems with the supplied hardware? I wonder why an updated kit has been provided....

Oh wait, I had not noticed it was the troll at it again, nevermind!
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Honestly? yes and no...

So from your post I gather you have no idea FA20Club sells a FF kit even before Visconti and its for sale in the forum?
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Honestly? yes and no...
If Crawford comes up with an E85 FF kit the money will come flying out of my wallet. If Visconti is smart he'll make this right and then partner with someone who actually knows what their doing.

why wait for crawford @FA20Club.com has a ff kit you can buy now that doesnt leak
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