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post #241 of 273 (permalink) Old 07-06-2019, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
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190LPH Walbro in tank pump installed. Took a while to figure out how to get the filter sock in the sump area of the tank without popping off. Got everything installed and then remembered that I forgot to remove the rubber valve on the return line and had to do it all over. Heads are at machine shop for cleaning. Started cleaning all mating surfaces on intake and block and need to polish up the intake. Once I finish fuel lines I'll start on wiring.

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You're supposed to leave the rubber valve on
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Thought they recommended removal for EFI and higher HP applications.

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Not really, but I don't think it'll be a problem. Sorry if I made you think you should change it back. I always made sure it stayed on my pumps.
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Working on rear hard brakes and had tank. The [brake] lines I bought have a slightly different flare than the ones with the complete kit. Instead of curling in at the very end, it curls out, preventing it from seating into the t piece connector. I either have to find new lines or new connector.

Gas tank install was ok. I need to buy longer bolt to get PS strap to reach. How tight should this be? Should the strap be touching the mounting bracket with no gap? Oh and I found out the hard way that the filler tube bracket should be drilled before installing the tank. Also replaced filler neck gasket with Ford OEM as recommended by many.

[Edited... originally called the brake lines fuel lines. Hence the confusion]
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You were supposed to flatten the bent portion of the tank flange (both front and rear) before installing it which will allow the straps to pull up better when tightened.



You have AN fittings on your pickup---what do you have on the end of the lines? If they flare outward they are not AN. Got a picture to show us?

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You were supposed to flatten the bent portion of the tank flange (both front and rear) before installing it which will allow the straps to pull up better when tightened.



You have AN fittings on your pickup---what do you have on the end of the lines? If they flare outward they are not AN. Got a picture to show us?

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Jeff, I did flatten the bent portions. I'll try to bend them flatter. Are the straps supposed to touch the brackets on the frame or is some gap normal?

Regarding the pick up, I'm using AN connectors on flexible line from the tank to the filter to the EFI. Return line also has AN fittings connected to a compression fitting.

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Figured out the problem. Got bubble flares instead of inverted flare brake lines. Here are the 6AN adapters and the fuel filter with AN fittings
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What is it you're working on? You're saying you bought brake lines, but then you are say AN fuel fittings??? Inverted flair brake line fittings are not the same as AN fittings. You can't use a 3/16" brake line for a fuel line, way too small. Or, you are working on two things at a time, and I missed that?

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What is it you're working on? You're saying you bought brake lines, but then you are say AN fuel fittings??? Inverted flair brake line fittings are not the same as AN fittings. You can't use a 3/16" brake line for a fuel line, way too small. Or, you are working on two things at a time, and I missed that?
Two separate things. Working on rear brake hard lines (3/16" inverted flare) AND fuel lines (6AN fittings to flexible lines). Sorry for any confusion. Corrected my previous post that incorrectly stated fuel when I meant brake line.

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Finally finished up rear brake lines after buying the correctly flared lines. Tightened down all connections in front and rear. Probably ready to pressure bleed the lines soon. Debating on whether I need to bench bleed MCs first. I've seen arguments for both ways.

Installed gas tank after getting a longer bolt for the PS strap. Noticed that I was starting to deform the plastic bumper on the end of the 3/4" tube so decided to stop tightening. Answered my own question whether the strap should be touching the mount. Installing fuel filter mount and fuel lines next.
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Doh! Forgot to install my RT drop trunk attachment prior to installing fuel tank

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It might just be the camera angle. But in the third picture it looks like the fuel line is touching the frame where it curves around the square tube. Vibration has a way of acting like a hack saw. Also make sure the fitting by the 4" tube is not actually touching it.

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It might just be the camera angle. But in the third picture it looks like the fuel line is touching the frame where it curves around the square tube. Vibration has a way of acting like a hack saw. Also make sure the fitting by the 4" tube is not actually touching it.
All lines are not touching metal. Thanks

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It's been a while since I've posted. I've been training for a century bike ride that I completed last weekend for cancer research. We raised over $13M this year, and training has taken away all of my free time.
I was working on fuel and return lines tonight. It took me a few tries to figure out how to get the AN connectors on the end of my braided SS lines. It's amazing how quickly the SS wants to fray as soon as you remove the electrical tape. I also figured out that I was trying to thread the connector that fits over the flex line the wrong direction. Once I figured this out, the connectors fit right on and the inner piece could be tightened. I need to buy 2 more connectors but want to wait until the engine's installed to more accurately cut the lines from filter to EFI and from EFI back to tank.
Does anyone have recommendations on line separators that also bolt to the frame? The only ones I found online just separate the lines.
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Progress! And congrats on a successful fundraising ride, $13M is an astonishing amount of money to raise.

I find the number of things that are suddenly popping up since I got the car fascinating. Not optional things either, but must-do things out of left field. It had been a pretty quiet 2018. It does make me appreciate the time in the garage that much more, even if I am redoing something for the third time. :-)
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Been working on a number of smaller projects on the car. I'm in the process of putting the engine back together. Bought all new gaskets and am going to repaint the block and heads. Need to clean all the grease and oils off first. Turns out this takes some time. Also assembled e brake and am waiting on some parts to do the pulley mod described by edwardb. Had to drop my tank for the second time to install the bolt for my nut coupler mod (dropped it once already because I forgot to put my drop trunk pan in first). I got my t style line separators but want to install my engine first to get an accurate length on the flex fuel lines. Will probably start wiring soon. Lots of pokers in the fire.

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Odds and ends...
Painting timing chain cover and water pump. Making modified lokar clevis.
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E brake pulley mod complete. A few observations...
-The lokar clevis is nice in that you can adjust the tension once you get the cables in and snugged down with the set screws. I'm not sure how you'd be able to achieve this with the stock set up.
-It's difficult getting the same amount of tension on both cables.
-I did a modified set up using part of the stock clevis to get enough clearance under the frame assembly. Extended the stock clevis most of the way. I think there are 4-5 threads connecting the 2 pieces but seems plenty solid after multiple rounds of testing.
- consider doing this before attaching cockpit aluminum since there's not enough room drilling from the trans tunnel. I did not. As a result I have a bolt going through the aluminum, but this will be completely covered by the carpet and the seat. I had to drill a pilot hole through the aluminum first to gauge where I was relative to the 3/4 tube and then guestimate where the center of the tube was going to be through the aluminum panel.
- cut the cable with a dremel with cut off wheel. Standard cable cutters aren't enough. You'll also need to cut away some of the plastic sheath as this doesn't want to fit through with it on.

Overall pretty happy with the results. Full tension after 4-5 clicks of the hand brake. I'm going to cut some of the excess cable once I'm sure I'm happy with it.
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It will be 100% resistant, till brake fluid get on it.
This post makes me laugh each time I'm searching through egchewy's build looking for an answer. :-)

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Great updates, egchewy!
Looking forward to seeing your engine in the car.
Congrats on the fundraiser, awesome! Will make a big difference in a lot of people's lives.

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Been polishing aluminum intake. Wet sanded to 3000 grit then aluminum polish with a drill and dremel. So many nooks! Hope to put the engine back together sometime this week. Need to get some offset bushings after pulling the steering rack back off.
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Is it just me, or does my dash seem to be bent the wrong way at the bottom? Manual shows it bent the other way. Did I get a right hand drive dash?
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Yep, that's bent the wrong direction.

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Yep, that's down under specification.

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My wife took our daughter to the mall yesterday and she picked this to play on. Must be a sign. Digging the wilwoods and 428. Expensive tastes like her mom.
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Cool! Great to start her off right. GO BUCKS!
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