I have a 2ltr Alfetta that I've almost finished converting to run Megasquirt Fuel injection.
The old tank didnít have baffle plates or an ĎIn tankí pump so I installed a 75 twin spark fuel tank instead.
I was hoping connect it up with a pair of 75 Twin Spark fuel lines which I got from the wreckers.
Initially I was expecting traditional steel fuel lines, so when they handed them to me I was a liitle surprised to discover the following
1) They are made of thin Nylon (?) with a brass barb either ends.
2) They seem very flimsy (well to me anyway) considering that at least one is High Pressure.
3) Iím told they run through the cabin, from the bottom of the back seat, under the carpet, under the driverís seat , all the way up and out of the firewall.
4) I assume either end needs a rubber hose to connect to the Fuel Tank and the fuel Rail.
This not quite what I expected so I need some help from you 75 owners out there :-)
Q1. Are the nylon lines meant to be contained completely within the cabin (i.e. for protection).
It seems these are longer then the length of the cabin, but they seem too flimsy to protrude into the hot engine compartment or at the rear towards the fuel tank. (near exhaust)
Q2. On the engine side, where do they come out of the firewall?
Does anyone have any pictures or measurements as to where on the firewall the 75 has the lines coming out? I would try to drill the holes in the same place. (btw, they gave me rubber grommets to go with it)
Thanks in advance