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i have a 3foot stainless line connecting from the feed line to the rail[fpb bypass] and it seems about a foot too long, will this be a problem with performance or anything? as startup does seem to need a couple more cranks to get the car started. would the fuel pressure drop too low?
 

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The fuel pressure is determined by the FPR. Hose length wont play any difference. I wouldn't worry about it, as long as it's not wrapped around anything that would make the hose bind during engine torquing.
 

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Yes, like Racefiend has said, the hose length is not an issue. Dont worry about it. Pressure is pressure. It may take a microsecond longer to build pressure in the extra length hose but you shouldnt even notice it. Especially because the hose is braided there is no flex for pressure lose or anything. It will be fine. Just make sure its not in the way of anything.
 

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it's bob
 
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