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weber install-fuel plumbing Qs!

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#1 shanonsf


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Posted 16 May 2004 - 01:37 PM

hey all,

got the Weber on (32/36 DGEV on ea81) and have some plumbing questions. I've read and seen the pics from the board and still have questions on ID'n which line is which. Are the fuel-in lines 'wet and return lines 'dry'.

Also what that about stopping the return line at the firewall??!?
Also, I understand theat a feul pressure regulator in needed, true?!
if so where does this plumb in??

any help appreciated, I'm half finished here and need help!!

thx all,

82 GLW

#2 GeneralDisorder


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Posted 16 May 2004 - 06:57 PM

See your last post on this for the return line thing. I answered it there.

As for a pressure regulator, no you don't need one. The reccomended pressure for the weber is 4 psi. The stock pump only puts out 1.35 - 2.06 psi. Thus a pressure regulator is a waste of time.


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