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    Fuel Pressure Guage

    Just finished ordering up a inline fuel gauge setup from JEGS, about $60 total but should be a nice indoor project while I'm waiting for spring... I've got an inline guage on the 84, the setup was purchased from ebay a few years back.

    Mr Gasket 1557 t fuel block
    2 Russell 697020, 1/4 NPT to 8mm barb
    JEGS 41022 1 1/2" 0-60psi Gauge, 1/8 NPT

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    Good thing they make reducers

    all the NPT sizes are off... :)

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    Sending Mr Gasket back to JEGS

    decided to go with a 1/8 NPT block that I found on the bay. I'm also returning the Russell peices and replacing with a JEGS brand single barb hose adapter.JOeG
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    Project complete, installed in the 85, no leaks :)




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