Re: modified fuel feed and return fittings question
Like I said I did this before on my first car, It's obviously not the optimal solution and I'm not officially recommending anyone do it. However I did it and it worked fine. I used high pressure fuel hose and two worm gear clamps on each side.
That said I didn't cut it with a pipe cutter either, I just cut it which mashed the pipe in, which I then opened back up with a screwdriver which likely flared the ends of the pipe a little and gave the hose something to grab onto. All I was saying is that it's the lowest cost solution to the problem. I wouldn't be worried about doing it again if I had too, however I will never officially recommend anyone do such a fix. Do it at your own risk if you want.
If your worried about it but want to try it you could maybe try bumping the base fuel pressure high as hell to see if it holds without the car running, just turn the pump on and raise the fuel pressure real high (say 10psi higher than whatever it would be at peak boost) and if it holds.. eh i'd say your good for a temp solution.
1990 Eagle Talon TSi AWD 318hp @ 5950 w/stock SMIC & catback
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