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hey guys.
i'm modified my stock rail to run dual feeds (mk3 7m-gte).
Now, my stock fpr port interfere's with my tps.
My only option is to move the fpr feed back (after the #1 cylinder.)

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in this picture, the blue fitting is my feed. The port that was block was originally my fpr, was going to be my feed which is directly over the # 1 injector.
The blue fitting is now after the # 1 injector.




the individual who had this setup before said his # 1 cylinder went dead, faulty injector (venom).
do you think it has to do with the feed being after the # 1 cylinder?

the way i see it, is if i have a feed coming from one end, and another feed from the other with a return in the middle, the whole rail must fill up with whatever pressure the fpr is set to, then bleed it off.
anyone see a problem with this?
feed after the # 1 cylinder?
return in the middle?
 

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might want to move this to the MKIII section :)
 

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i figure i would get more action here.
probably more mkiv guys running dual feed then mk3's
 

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well they use a different rail than the 7m does.

As for te sock FPR port. If you attach a fitting there and then run a hose to the fpr it will alleviate your problem.

but to answer your question.

The previous owners problem. Venom injectors. Case closed ;)
 

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they might use a different rail, but dual feed is dual feed.
so their input is valuable.

the problem is i cannot attach a fitting in the stock fpr port for the first feed.
i had to move it back i.e, past the # 1 cylinder.
 
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