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Big project this weekend any pointers?

Well this weekend I am finally going to be installing my stealth DIY big oil with 4 lines and ITP reg return, intank mod and airflos fuel filters. Has anyone had problems moving the stock pump back on the frame rail about 3 feet? I am going to be running -6 line from the tank to the heads. Will be replaceing the entire fuel system accept for the pump.

Thanks in advance for your input.

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Well this weekend I am finally going to be installing my stealth DIY big oil with 4 lines and ITP reg return, intank mod and airflos fuel filters. Has anyone had problems moving the stock pump back on the frame rail about 3 feet? I am going to be running -6 line from the tank to the heads. Will be replaceing the entire fuel system accept for the pump.

Thanks in advance for your input.

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Just make sure you have extra fittings, hose and supplies before you start. It would suck to start Saturday, and need something else when the hose shop or parts house is closed.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

Well the only thing I am not sure about are the fittings on the pump itself. Will the -6 hose push over the factory fittings on the pump? I am pretty sure I have all the hose and plenty of fittings.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

You say push over, I hope you are not using pushlock hose for the outputs.....The factory fittings are not AN, they are some kind of push lock fitting. The pump is #6ORB and the heads are #5ORB, get adaptors to go from those to #6JIC(same as AN).

It does suck to need a different fitting than came with the system and the shop is closed until monday. I really pisses you off with half the top end torn down.....

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

So I can replace the factory "push lock" fittings with a -6 ORB fitting on the pump itself on the inlet and outlet?

Should I not use push lok fittings from pump to the bowl delete block?

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So I can replace the factory "push lock" fittings with a -6 ORB fitting on the pump itself on the inlet and outlet?

Should I not use push lok fittings from pump to the bowl delete block?
strokin was talking about the 4 line feed on your HPOP.

You may want a couple extra 45 and 90 degree -6 JIC hydraulic adaptors so that you can get your HPO hoses to lay how you want.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

OOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

I am using 4 factory hpop lines. I was going to use some hydraulic hoses that I made at work, but found out I dont have the high temp Hyd. hose. So for now I am going to be using the factory ones until I get the right hose.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

You may run into some slight issues with the factory lines if they are the 99 - 03 style with the "quick disconnect" style of hose ends. The 94 to 97 style hoses are standard -6 JIC hydraulic hose ends and are much easier to come up with 45 and 90 degree adapters for. I think that is the just of what strokin early 99 was trying to get accorss as well.

I'm not saying you can't do it with 4 of the 99 up hoses but you will have to be a little more crafty on you hose routing.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

You'll wanna pull your turbo and pedistall off to make it easier to install the stealth.

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Re: Big project this weekend any pointers?

I was planning on pulling the turbo to replace the o rings. I hope it will make the RR install easier aswell.

I can get adapters. I will get a couple -5 ORB F to -5 ORB M 45 and 90's

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