Once you do the first one the rest fall into place very easily. The only recommendation I can have is buy the proper cutting tool. Makes life easier.I just ordered a Fuelabs 6um in-line filter and replacements, the Radium rails and a fuel pressure damper (what the heck, right?). The Holly hydramat acts like a 15um pre-filter but you can't be too careful!
Ironically the Fuelabs filter was on sale so I picked that up relatively cheap through Jeg's... and Amazon had the Radium fuel line / damper for like $80 less than any other vendor...
Since so many of the fittings are -AN already (tank, Aux kit), I am just going to get some PTFE hose and fittings and plumb it myself. I figure it will be easier to cut-to-length on the spot and I've worked with -AN stuff before so the learning curve shouldn't be too steep.
Just for curiosities sake; What is the Rocker Arm Ratio for the exhaust side?So I'm glad I decided to upgrade valve covers - the 1.8 rocker arms were just barely kissing the internal baffles of the OEM covers. I think this was pushing the cover up and giving me a slight oil leak.
Thankfully nothing serious, just a little shine to the rocker arms(!)
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