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    Question GM FPR to An fitting

    For fuel pressure regulators that are seen the 4 and 6 cylinders;
    they have a thread on the bottom but the line is just held in via a retainer.

    Is there any adapter for the return line end to an AN fitting?

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    Why not get an aftermarket FPR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbojbody View Post
    Why not get an aftermarket FPR?
    Particular customer wants this stock FPR with the TCE billet Adjustable cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laser_racer View Post
    No, that looks like it would go into rail, I am looking for one that attaches to stock regulator.
    Last edited by planethax; 04-09-2012 at 01:04 PM.

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    maybe post a picture of what your trying to do. i ran an lines on a 2.2 ecotec swap and i used the stock hard line off the regulator and used a -6an to 5/16 compression, worked like a charm.
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    do you mean this?

    Russell - 3/8" SAE quick-disconnect male to 3/8" SAE quick-disconnect female with 1/8? NPT female side port - PN: 640730

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    No, I was looking for a connector that connects to the stock fuel pressure regulator.

    This is just for aesthetics for a customer, probably just going to use -6AN - 5/16" compression fitting.