That would be great, message me when you get ready.I will let you know I'm planning on selling them but it won't be until the end of the year. The sizes are 17x9 in the front and 17x9 1/2 in the rear.
It is my understanding that without a bigger return a bigger feed means nothing because of the return line limits. Leave the lines alone unless you can see some issue like rust or crimping etc. I would run a piece of appropiatly rated hose from the fuel return inlet in order to submerge the flow ala the Pro-M hanger.Not to take away from the original thread but jw what the limit would be on the 3/8” feed? I’ve got a turbo’d 308 that should be making around 500hp and 580tq after finishing tune. Would that suffice? Thanks in advance.
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Yep to all of that, we must be reading the same posts lol. If you want PM me about the wheels, my car is still down so I'm in no rush.My plan is to modify the hanger to submerge the return. I figure a piece fuel line hose and a good clamp should do the trick. I had thought about using my bubble flare tool to flare the end for some insurance that the extension wouldn't slip off over time.
I've heard the same that the size of the return can limit the feed. From what I've read the 255 pump is the max you want to use with factory lines after that you will need a bigger return and feed line. I do know these lines a 255 pump and 30lb injectors should be plenty to feed a NA 347 people do it all the time. I wouldn't mess with it if it wasn't for the fact that either when I pulled the transmission or put it back in I damaged the feed line. I have a feeling it was when I was trying to put the transmission on the jack to install it.
We should talk about the rims I'm ready to get rid of them. I just need to get the old tires removed. Now that the fenders are cut and I have tires for the new rims I don't need the old rims to move the car around.