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Old 09-09-2006, 06:26 PM   #1
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hi, im about to do an install on this JR afpr, can anyone show me a couple pics of their afpr so i dont get the fuel lines mixed up? thanks.
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Is it the polished one with the bolt in the top? If it is I have it on my car and can get you a pic.
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yup thats the one
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Sorry for the delay, it wont stop raining here and I didnt have a hood until just now. The picture was taken in the rain, and cameras and rain dont mix so its crappy quality. I did however mark the lines off. The FPR will bolt to the charcoal canister bracket with the small hex head bolt. The rest you should be able to see in the picture.
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If this isnt good enough let me know, were supposed to have clear skys for the next 3 days so hopefully I can get my car running right again. Sorry again for the delay.
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In case that's hard to understand (just a little) words might explain it better.

OEM delivery:
Feed Hard Line -> Fuel Rail -> OEM FPR -> Return Hard Line

AFPR delivery:
Feed Hard Line -> Fuel Rail -> OEM FPR -> Offset Fitting APFR -> Center Fitting AFPR -> Return Hard Line

So don't touch your feed line, only the return line off the PEM FPR. So follow the line from the OEM FPR to the hard line. Remove the hose from the hard line. Install the hose on the offset fitting of the AFPR. Attach the hose form the center fitting of the AFPR back to the hard line. That's it!
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ok thanks guys, thats super easy!
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