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Old 3/6/11, 02:03 PM
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Rick thanks. I could not get the OEM Safety Clip on at the frame rail. Did you get yours on?
No I could not get mind on either ,so I just used small tie strapes its working so far ,no leaks yet ,and I think Doogie is mad at me for not repling to his request a few months ago ,,sorry Doogie I did forget ,hope you can forgive me,
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No I could not get mind on either ,so I just used small tie strapes its working so far ,no leaks yet ,and I think Doogie is mad at me for not repling to his request a few months ago ,,sorry Doogie I did forget ,hope you can forgive me,
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I am also about to install a set of Fore Precision Fuel Rails and I'm going to order this Russell line kit but I would also like to convert to a straight fitting at the rail end. Does anyone have the part number for the fitting I need to order? Thanks...
Russell numbers are as follows:

1. Stainless steel hose kit (red/blue) - 651106
2. Straight (red/blue) -6AN hose end - 610020
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Thanks Scott2. Did you have to alter the braided hose length that came with the Russell kit after changing out to the Russell 610020 or did it still reach the connector on the lower firewall?
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Thanks Scott2. Did you have to alter the braided hose length that came with the Russell kit after changing out to the Russell 610020 or did it still reach the connector on the lower firewall?
Did not need to adjust the Russell hose length.
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FYI, I found that paceperformance.com sells the Russell fuel hose kit (651106) for $59.
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Old 3/7/11, 06:39 AM
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Originally Posted by ricksGT/CS View Post
No I could not get mind on either ,so I just used small tie strapes its working so far ,no leaks yet ,and I think Doogie is mad at me for not repling to his request a few months ago ,,sorry Doogie I did forget ,hope you can forgive me,
No worries Rick as Scott answered my real question about the length by confirming the hose from the braided kit will work with the straight fitting. So now I just need to pick up some AN wrenches so I can get mine assembled and installed.

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FYI, I found that paceperformance.com sells the Russell fuel hose kit (651106) for $59.
Wish I would have found this site sooner as their pricing on Russell parts are a lot cheaper than what I paid at Summit. Looks like I over paid by almost $30for my black/silver set-up
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Wish I would have found this site sooner as their pricing on Russell parts are a lot cheaper than what I paid at Summit. Looks like I over paid by almost $30for my black/silver set-up
Doogie, if you have a moment would you please post the black/silver Russell parts numbers? Thanks!
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Doogie, if you have a moment would you please post the black/silver Russell parts numbers? Thanks!
Here you go..

640903 - black fuel rail fitting
640853 - black firewall fuel line fitting
610093- black/silver 45 degree AN fitting
610023 - black/silver straight AN fitting
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Originally Posted by Doogie View Post
Here you go..

640903 - black fuel rail fitting
640853 - black firewall fuel line fitting
610093- black/silver 45 degree AN fitting
610023 - black/silver straight AN fitting
Thanks much appreciated. I already have black/silver on my Vortech power cooler lines so going to the black/silver at least at the Fuel rail would be more consistent.
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Glad I could help. I started a thread on the Edelbrock forum and a guy from their Russell division provided the p/n's. I recommended they look into offering the fuel line kit in a black option as well, but who knows if that will ever happen. At least they offer the parts so we can build one on our own.
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Assembled mine today and installed it. Man, that lower fitting was PITA to release even using the tool. I will podst up some pics in a new thread once I get them downloaded.

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Originally Posted by Doogie View Post
Assembled mine today and installed it. Man, that lower fitting was PITA to release even using the tool. I will podst up some pics in a new thread once I get them downloaded.
yes it is ,,can't wait to see your pictures ,
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Here's a link to a thread a posted with some pics.

https://themustangsource.com/f669/ru...-rails-493120/

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Assembled mine today and installed it. Man, that lower fitting was PITA to release even using the tool. I will podst up some pics in a new thread once I get them downloaded.
Agreed, the lower fitting was a real pain. I ended up buying a aluminum tool as I just could not get the plastic one to work.
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Hey, just finished installing Fore Precision fuel rail, pressure gauge & Russell fuel hose kit and wanted to share the pictures with you all.



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^ Your engine compartment looks absolutely fantastic!
BTW who makes the fuel pressure gauge on your fuel rail?
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Very nice ,
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Ok a newbie with questions........ What is the reason to change out a fuel rail on. Stock 07 CS?? How long does it take to install?
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