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Old 8/8/06, 09:06 AM   #1
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Where do I hook up fuel pressure gauge?

I am installing an electric fuel pressure gauge and I cannot locate a schraeder valve to tap into. Where do I tap in?
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Old 8/8/06, 09:26 AM   #2
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according to MMR the 05-07 stangs do not have a place to hook up but they do sell a adapter to hook it up to the guage (Modular Mustang Racing)
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Exactly. You need a fuel rail adapter... there are several on the market. I bought this one from Motoblue: http://www.rpmoutlet.com/05gtfuel.htm. And the nitrous companies make similar ones also.

p.s., This style adapter won't work with a KB blower because of interference, but it will work with everything else as far as I know. Too bad I didn't know about the clearance issues before I bought the adapter. I have a brand new one sitting in my garage that I can't use.
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Old 8/8/06, 11:15 AM   #4
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Yep I found that out....thanks guys....Picked up one from Metco Motorsports....about half the price of the Motorblue one.
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