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Old 02-14-2014, 08:58 AM   #1
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Anyone have any of there install? I know ESC has them on there web site. Install tips?
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Old 02-14-2014, 04:58 PM   #2
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Anyone have any of there install? I know ESC has them on there web site. Install tips?

plug it in wire it in fire it up!!

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plug it in wire it in fire it up!!
Very helpful.. Anyone else?
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hope this helps more. it took me a real long time to find. This time it was .003 seconds as opposed to my normal .002 seconds via google search. I'm slacking. maybe it would have been faster if I actually owned an ECS fuel system.

http://www.eastcoastsupercharging.co...tructions.html

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Use 10 gauge wire
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hope this helps more. it took me a real long time to find. This time it was .003 seconds as opposed to my normal .002 seconds via google search. I'm slacking. maybe it would have been faster if I actually owned an ECS fuel system.

http://www.eastcoastsupercharging.co...tructions.html

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Read my sentence..in post.. Let me help you anyways. " I know ESC has them on there web site. Install tips?"
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Read my sentence..in post.. Let me help you anyways. " I know ESC has them on there web site. Install tips?"


use quality connection methods. butt connectors, wire nuts and electrical tape are not sufficient. That is a good way to have issues and or even start a fire. i'm sure the guys East Supercharging Coast would say the same.
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Wire nuts black tape?? that's what A/C techs use...

solder and heat shrink work best but connectors are ok
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use quality connection methods. butt connectors, wire nuts and electrical tape are not sufficient. That is a good way to have issues and or even start a fire. i'm sure the guys East Supercharging Coast would say the same.
Hey, do me a favor and troll someone else post.
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Hey, do me a favor and troll someone else post.
Hey I'm just trying to help you out.

you asked for tips and you have received them. I don't know what you know. When I see thread's like this I generally get the impression that the poster is probably inexperienced, in which case you should just take the car to a pro and let them install the fuel system. I say that because installing that fuel system is about as straight forward as changing a tire. on something this straight forward, I automatically assume that the person asking has no earthly idea what they're doing. When I give advice, I'm doing it with the assumption that you know nothing.

I'm sorry that i misread your first post and didn't see where you were saying you already had the instructions.

Good luck with your fuel system. Thanks for being so kind!
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Back on track here. Anyone have a few pictures they can post?
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Any Particular Pictures your looking for?

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You forgot this one.

http://www.speedinc.com/media/catalo...b73ba604_1.jpg

Notice the difference between the two? I want one that someone did so I know what fitting to order. Your picture has a return line. That is a stage 2 kit.

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WTF mate!! I'm trying to help you.

i mean hell bro, its a pump some lines and a hobbs switch. its not hard. plug the sob in make sure it dont leak and that you have good connections and enjoy. Are you expecting to see some top secret pic?

if you cant figure it out with out pictures you shouldn't really be messing with it. just saying..

good luck hope you figure it out.
SMH.

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You forgot this one.

http://www.speedinc.com/media/catalo...b73ba604_1.jpg

Notice the difference between the two? I want one that someone did so I know what fitting to order. Your picture has a return line. That is a stage 2 kit.
If you notice that is a gravity feed line off the ESC Bulkhead. You would think you want to pump as low as possible. Last thing I want to do is suck air into the set up going down the track.
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WTF mate!! I'm trying to help you.

i mean hell bro, its a pump some lines and a hobbs switch. its not hard. plug the sob in make sure it dont leak and that you have good connections and enjoy. Are you expecting to see some top secret pic?

if you cant figure it out with out pictures you shouldn't really be messing with it. just saying..

good luck hope you figure it out.
SMH.
Ok, hero what fittings do I order?
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wow!! you realize that your the one who's asking for assistance in this case right?

why dont you post pictures of what you have and adjust the tude a little bit and I may think of posting a link to what you need. or dont and wait on someone else to help you out.
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wow!! you realize that your the one who's asking for assistance in this case right?

why dont you post pictures of what you have and adjust the tude a little bit and I may think of posting a link to what you need. or dont and wait on someone else to help you out.
You don't have the answer so move on.
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