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Just finished (or so I thought) up the conversion of my fuel feed setup from series to parallel.

My setup is as follows:

Fuel in line coming in and splitting at a "T" barb and splitting to IAG top-feed fuel rails on the left and right side.

Exit out of rails and into aeromotive FPR. Return line from FPR goes back to fuel return hard line.


Where does the fuel evap line fit in this equation?
 

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with an aftermarket fuel system like you have the hard line return for the evap is removed... I run a 1/4 " silicone hose from the blue "t" at the evap solenoid all the way to the factory hose and insert a small adapter into it and mate them up.. works great.-Rob
 

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with an aftermarket fuel system like you have the hard line return for the evap is removed... I run a 1/4 " silicone hose from the blue "t" at the evap solenoid all the way to the factory hose and insert a small adapter into it and mate them up.. works great.-Rob


Thanks for all your help!


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with an aftermarket fuel system like you have the hard line return for the evap is removed... I run a 1/4 " silicone hose from the blue "t" at the evap solenoid all the way to the factory hose and insert a small adapter into it and mate them up.. works great.-Rob


Stupid question. But when dealing with fuel I'd rather look stupid and be sure.

No fuel actually flows through the evap line, correct? I plan on using a silicone hose to connect the hard line from the firewall to the t barb at the solenoid.

The silicone hose is not meant for fuel or any other petrol product. Just for vacuum.


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