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Old 10-26-2009, 12:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need 24v P pump fuel injection lines

Hey guys i'm new to the forums so take it easy on me. But i got a P pump 24v and i'm tryin to run a banks twin ram on it and i need some fuel injection lines made to go around it. I am almost finished with the motor and i will be ready to take it wherever needed to have them made. I live 45 min east of dallas so i would like to kinda stay within a resonable distance from here if possible. Thanks guys
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Old 10-26-2009, 12:51 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Why don't you run a Banks High Ram that's made for the 24v? The Twin Ram is made for the 12v.
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Well i'm using water/meth and i think the twin ram will dispurse it throughout the cylinders more evenly.. and it looks cool as lol
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Guess you'll have to call Scheid and see how much a set of one off lines will cost. The "stock" 24v P pump lines cost $600.
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you dont think they will have to have the motor in front of them to see how to run the lines? I have a set of stainless .093 lines here for a P pump 24v. They came from industrial injection and they look terrible. And they wont fit with the twin ram
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Old 10-26-2009, 01:10 AM   #6 (permalink)
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and how do i post a picture on here to show u guys what i got here?
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good lord thats freakin awesome. good luck getting the lines bent though, it will probly cost you close to a grand to get custom CUSTOM p pump 24v lines as nodbody makes them
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Old 10-26-2009, 02:15 AM   #9 (permalink)
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you can get lines that are straight, and then bend them yourself with a brake line bender!
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Do the lines come with ends? Guessing you can get the lines at prob most ur fuel injection service places?
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you dont think they will have to have the motor in front of them to see how to run the lines? I have a set of stainless .093 lines here for a P pump 24v. They came from industrial injection and they look terrible. And they wont fit with the twin ram
You'd have to call them. Maybe you could send them your intake to have them custom made. The ones they normally sell wouldn't work for you intake anyhow. You're the first person I've heard of trying that intake. I'm not sure about the comment of straight lines and bending with a brake line bender. It might be possible, but I thought these lines were tougher than brake line.
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Good luck with that project, my lines are hard enough to get on.
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