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Old 03-21-2009, 11:41 PM
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mounting fuel pressure gauge

its only taken me a month to mount the regulator on my blown BBC....useless or what!!!!!!!! Now the fuel pressure gauge...any ideas the best place to mount it????? Sending photo, I,m still not happy the way the lines go, plus its getting more expensive with all these Russell Fittings!!!!!!!!!!!!lol Feedback would be appreciated......thanks, Marty

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I mounted my fuel pressure and boost gauges on my cowling. Exposed to the elements but I don't intend on driving the car in the elements.
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well try using the summit fitting they work just as good for 1/2 the money!! how are your carbs set in a row or side ways? summit has an ajustable steel fuel line with a gauge chrome plated (i got one of these) comes with inline filter, also for like 35.00 if side ways just run braided line into a log with the gauge on that.. i've looked on the Summit site,it didnt show the fittings, but call them about the fittings these will save u some bucks. buy these then take the others back

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