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Fuel Lines
« on: September 15, 2013, 06:17:47 PM »
  Just got back in from working on car. My machinist/welder friend stopped by and figures he is going to "make" me a rotated upper intake, sorta.
Will post a pic if/when he gets it done.
Was looking at the fuel lines and tossing around a couple ideas. Thinking Im going to use the factory lines but do any of you have pics of how you adapted factory lines to EFI ones, or did you totally make up new ones?
 Its always nice to see what others have done before.
Thanks