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Adding Sampling port to Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator

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Anyone know what pieces are needed to add the fuel test port to the right side of the fuel pressure regulator?  I want to relocate sampling port from under the hood to the trunk where the regulator sits.

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I put an AN "T" with tube nut to one side and a Jiffy-Tite quick connect from Pegasus (not sure if 3000 or 5000 series) so I can also use it to pump the tank out with the quick connect female attached to a length of fuel line to a gas can.


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I believe it is a 6AN male the will screw into the spare port on the right if your FPR looks like the picture above? I also used the jiffy tite!




you will need the female as well for your hose!


Also...if I remember correctly...there is no flare in the FPR and these are not tapered threads...oring, crush washer, gray sealant may be necessary. Point being look close!!




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