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Installed my first FASS, and it was for my buddies '02 24v. He has juice with attitude and had the fuel pressure sensor hooked up where edge says to install it, on the side of the VP on the feed line. Well when installing the FASS you remove that feed line....so where are you guys reading the fuel pressure?
 

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Im getting 14 at idle and nothing lower then 10 at FT.
 

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Where do you put the the Fuel pressure sensore though? It has to be relocated. I have a manual FP gauge so i don't know what to do with the electronic sensore for the juice with attitude....
 

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when i did mine i didnt run the fuel pressure because the fass supplies enough that you shouldn't have to worry
 

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when i did mine i didnt run the fuel pressure because the fass supplies enough that you shouldn't have to worry
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thats funny.. i guess nothing ever breaks right? so when ur FASS does quit, how u gonna know before its too late?
 

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I agree. While the FASS probably won't give you any troubles, there is always the slight chance that it will. And that goes for any pump. So I'd run one just to be safe.
 

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thanks guys! and yes...running a fuel pressure gauge is a good idea....unless your truck is just the toughest thing around...which i have seen a few of those "tough" guys...i am mean trucks....
 

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just be sure to change your filters I love my fass fuel system I can not belive the diffrence it made when you mash it I almost lost TOTAL control.
 

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i wish it was mine...i installed it for a friend.
 

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Go to Vulcan Performance and get a Push-Loc Tee



Fuel Pressure Tee 1/2 Pushlock

Problem solved...:rof
Mopars got the right idea.... If the gauge does not register a signal when using this fitting, it could be because the sending unit needs grounded. This method leaves the sender un-grounded because of being suspended in the middle of rubber hose.

You can run a ground wire to the push lock tee and hose clamp it on for a ground... We had this issue with the Quadzilla pressure senders, don't know if edge wires a ground in the harness or not
 

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yea i just used a fitting much like what is shown when i did mine. Just T it into the line and there you go easy as that!
 

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hey i am not paying for it, nor ordering it. And you can't go wrong with either...
 

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I like that Vulcan fitting. With that I can go bigline all the way to the VP and still have the senders for fp and the idiot light. I have them grounded away from the VP as I ran grease gun line to the sender from the VP (see my galley for pics). About how much was the fitting? I need one.
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it was $15 and some changes shipped....my buddy ordered it two days ago. we are still waiting for it to come it. ill let you guys know how it works...once again thanks for the help.
 

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This is kinda old, but there is a port for fuel pressure on the outlet fitting of the FASS. it's marked, I belive with a "G" could be wrong about the letter. Just pull the plug out and screw in the sender. No need for extra parts.
 
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