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PhilH12

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Adding a Racor vacuum gauge to an outlet port is a pretty 'nifty' trick, too.  The 'tell tale' needle will show how high the fuel vacuum ever got on that day.  Check it, re-set to "0", and you're good to go.  Up near 4"?  Change the filter.  I believe that it was 'Lourpitcher' on here that first described it, (and sorry if wrong credit).  That's a great idea, and added it to my setup.

My injectors are next after yours at Injectorman LOL , although not having problems.  No idea what they look like, so off they go around Jan 1st, just to be sure.

Phil

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Thanks Phil, been contemplating that. Do you happen to have a pic of your setup ?

Jonny
PhilH12

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There are better ones posted on here.  I was trying to show Water Pressure hose routing.  The Vac gauge is screwed into the outlet port just out of sight to the right.

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