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    its made for a busy weekend for me. got the lines and rail flushed out and I have everything ready to put the upper back on now but it was getting a little darker then I liked. I will hold off calling it successful until I turn the key but I may have a little bit of hope for a change, which probably means tomorrow I will be in the restroom all day...


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    got it all put back together today. i can't tell you how excited I was to fire it up again. Primed the fuel system and checked for leaks and it was all good. Cranked it over to start and it fired up nicely. The rpms were too high but that was actually something i had been expecting and wondering why I needed the throttle stop screw so much further in all this time so I was not concerned. I looked at the IAC and it showed that it had adjusted down to 0% because the idle was so high = WIN! I look at the AFR and it for the first time is below 20 and is actually getting down to the 13-14 area + WIN!! Oh I think this is it, its working and I just need to bump the idle stop screw down a bit so I go to the hood, walk around to my tools on the passenger side and when I turn back around I see this = FFFFFFFFFFFF!!!!
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    Anyone know how to link flickr vids here? If it isn't working for you, is a vid of fuel pissing out the back of my fuel rail. It wasn't there when I first checked it, nor when I walked around the car it literally just popped like this right in front of me. I took the upper back off tonight and I have them as tight as I am comfortable doing before they strip and while it has got better its still leaking fuel. Not sure what happened as there were no orings to come out so I am not sure why it sealed up the first time I did it but will not now?
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    It's pipe threads on there right? Try taking the bolt out, making sure it's nice and clean, and re-tightening. I know it's a pain but it is worth a shot.

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    They are AN fittings I don't think it NPT. It got dark before I could really get a good look at anything past just tightening the piss out of them. With black fittings, black hose and a black rail its hard to tell and hopefully with fresh light something will show up. Looking at the data and comparing it to what I had before, EVERYTHING is much smoother then before. Between the new wires, clean injectors and I went out to get a fresh set of plugs today as well hopefully I can finally get to tuning. I can get the intake off now in 15 mins, I am sure it will take a little longer to get on as it always does.
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    Took it all back apart and could not find anything wrong with it. Put it all back together for it nice and tight to the point I was afraid of it stripping and was only saddened to find it still pissing out fuel. I took it back apart and found I had an extra 90 degree -08 fitting so I swapped it out and it still did the same thing. There are no o-rings on the connection and I do not see that either end was dimpled from tightening it down in the wrong place. Not exactly sure what the failure is but summit was good to have another on its way to me to see what I need from it.
    Take a look at the difference in the graphs. This is before

    and now the most recent one with the fuel leak.


    The light blue is the AFR and on the top you can see it was all over the place and higher than Willie Nelson(not that it is a bad thing). On the bottom it shot up while starting but was nice and smooth and much lower. Could be 3 days before I get replacement parts damn damn damn can't wait.
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    I still canít figure out what would cause the spray other than a piece of garbage being inside the fitting keeping it from seating properly. So weird.


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    as hard as it is to look into the black fittings I could not see anything that was wrong honestly. I can only come to the conclusion its a bad part dealing with something I can't see. Because the hoses are steel braided and fairly short they are pretty stiff. I have to wonder if this last time I put it together if I didn't tighten it down with it just far enough out of line that I managed to damage the spots that mate to make the seal. I am certainly going to try to avoid that this time...
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    got the parts in, summit was great as they were at my door less then 48 hours after telling them I needed help. Got the new rail kit in and after taking the old one apart I could not figure out what the problem was. It would seem like with as much as was coming out it would be pretty obvious but I could not tell the difference between the new or old fittings. So F-it just started shot-gunning parts and replaced the rails, the regulator(just out of desperation) and the fittings on the end of the rails. Got it all down, turned the key and at first now the passenger side was leaking but just enough that I felt the fitting was wet I didn't even see any dripping. So I give the fitting another 1/16th of a turn, just enough to tighten it up and think I will be good. Turn the key and now its really dripping.... I am afraid that the steel braided lines that it comes with are too stiff and maybe putting stress on the fitting once I lock it down to the lower so I remove it from the lower, release the fitting and then tighten it up while the rail is not mounted(but close to position) and then tighten everything down. Turn the key and now its back to pissing out. Like I said I think its the steel braided hose putting pressure on the 90 degree fitting but the only review I read on this kit from summit mentions that he had issues with some fittings and swapped them out. Doesn't say what the issue is...

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    I sat in the garage and pondered my options. My favorite is just grabbing a match since there we plenty or gasoline soaked rags and pools of fuel under the car or parting it out till it was a shell and then enjoying bashing the crap out of what was left. Letting it keep kicking my ass right now is option #3 and well behind #1 and #2. F-this F-ing shit. I cleaned up the garage and I am going to the range to shoot guns tomorrow.............
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    Shooting guns should help moral

 

 

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