My do it your self new fuel lines

duggan10288

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So I can run the feed straight from the lift pump to the cp3 but keep the return line stock coming out of the cp3?
 

ChrisV

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I realize this is an old post but the return line on my 2006 2500 Silverado LBZ have started leaking , If anyone has the part numbers for the 3/8" double bead line, the 3/8" 16mm hex nut "o"ring fittings and the 3/8" quick disconnects w/ barb fitting it would be greatly appreciated ( the Parker push lok hose and the engine connection parts I can find hopfuly I can find most of it on Amazon
Thanks in advance
Chris
2006 Duramx LBZ
 

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. When I made my new lines up I did it this way. Cleaned all the BS off the motor and made it nice and simple. This is fed from a AirDog 200gph and returned to a Deviant duel port sump . Don’t judge the little hose I couldn’t find my Cap lol. So I had to get creative to plug the port for my second CP3


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rmk800ak

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Ryan, what fittings, hose and block is that? Order that stuff in or did AK rubber have it?


Albert, kinda gave you the big list of parts think it cost me around $400-$500 all said and done.

Got the push lock hose from Ak rubber
30’ 1/2”
6’ 3/8”

Blocks I got from Grainger
2KHD5
2KHD7

Fittings I got from Summit. Some are ICB and some are Summit brand . Only because it kind of seems they are getting rid of ICB.

X1 - 491204-bl 1/2” - 3/8” reducer. This you need to drill and tap out metric for the fuel return temp sensor.

X1 - 1/2” plug 493205-bl

X2 - ICB-8090-08B 1/2” to -8an fitting

X2 - SUM-220145-3-90 90 degree -3an fittings

X2 - SUM-220979 PTFE hose -3an. This is brake line hose and works perfect for injector return lines use the -90 fittings. With it.

X2 - 3/8” to -3an male fittings to add to the block for injector returns. Can find the part number? Got them from Summit.

X1 - banjo fitting for CP3 feed in the valley. VPE-155

X2 - -6an returns from CP3. EAR - AT949092ERL

X2 - 3/8” to -8an SUM - 220846-B

Several -6an 90s and 45s and -8an 90s and 45s. All from Summit.

The plate I used a chunk of aluminum I had laying around and mocked it up to go with my duel fueler kit. Had it costed the. Grabbed some socket cap screws from the hardware store.

Works very good. Probably should put it all together and sell it

That should get anyone that wants to copy what I copied a good start.



Ryan






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Can you please re upload your pictures? I can't view them and really want to use this method. Thanks.
 

jdavis

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ryan do u happen to have some more pictures of your fuel lines from different angles especially interested in the injector return lines love the idea and whole set up looks killer some of the part #s on summit seem to be out dated so wanting to get a better idea of everything ill need
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rmk800ak

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ryan do u happen to have some more pictures of your fuel lines from different angles especially interested in the injector return lines love the idea and whole set up looks killer some of the part #s on summit seem to be out dated so wanting to get a better idea of everything ill need
:woott:

No problem. I’ll get some tomorrow for you. Shoot me a pm with your number and I can text them if you want.


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. When I made my new lines up I did it this way. Cleaned all the BS off the motor and made it nice and simple. This is fed from a AirDog 200gph and returned to a Deviant duel port sump . Don’t judge the little hose I couldn’t find my Cap lol. So I had to get creative to plug the port for my second CP3


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I realize this post is like 10 years old, but I’m really interested in this set up and was wondering if you still had any other pictures of it. Thanks.
 

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