Ez return line / regulator for EFI installs

Discussion in 'High Tech for Old Iron' started by regal81455, Sep 7, 2017.

  1. regal81455

    regal81455 Well-Known Member

    For all those that are considering switching to EFI - consider the filter / regulator in the link below. Will save you TONS of hassle with running a return line, plumbing a regulator, and/or skipping those IMHO janky "reservoirs".

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cmb-03-0263

    CHEERS!
     
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2017
  2. gs_jimmy

    gs_jimmy Well-Known Member

    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/...MIkrmtufOl2QIVi7XACh1kZgrhEAQYASABEgLF6fD_BwE

    Same thing, same company. Look at the price difference. This is the 1999 - 2003 Corvette filter/regulator. Only difference is the 2 fittings. Was looking at this for my S10 swap (sold now) that ran the GEN III 5.3 Silverado engine. Also, for anyone doing an LS Swap, the S10 4.3 and 2.2 Fuel Pump will run the engine and is a IN-Tank unit. Otherwise the Walbro 255 external pump is the go-to external pump. Remember to use pre & post fuel filters at the fuel pump.

    Yes I'm back! Since I left back in 2009 did a few projects: 455 Grand National/TH400, 1964 Nova, fabbed front clip, 454/TH400, 1992 Pathfinder lifted Off-Road rig - now in Colorado, 1995 V8 S10 / TH700R4 / 4.10 rear gears - also sent to Colorado, LS Swapped S10, 4L60e, 3.42 rear gears (did it to learn before getting into the GS California) Several Dirt Bikes: 1980 CR250R, 1985 CR125R, 1984 CR125R, 1979 MUGEN replica, 1979 XR80R (for my kid to learn on) and finally a KXR92 Hybrid - 1985 KX80 chassis w/ XR80 engine bored 200 over (91.8 cc).

    New project: 1969 GS California 455/TH400/12 bolt 3.31 getting fuel injected and the a TH700R4 OD trans and finally a fast ratio steering box!

    Jim
     
  3. sriley531

    sriley531 Big green hunk of $#*^....

    I'm using this filter/regulator for my FI install as well. Makes the return line short and clean, really an easy solution for filtering/regulating/returning.
     

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