Re: Fuel pipe routing
I copied what had ben done on the GD demo car:
From the rigid fuel line, route the hose over the inside of the LH rocker cover. Use 16mm rubber sleeved p-clips to secure this to the rocker cover bolts. (pic 1)
Then route the hose above the water pump and behind the alternator down to the fuel pump.
Use a p-clip to secure the hose to the front of the LH cylinder head.
Dis-assemble and rotate the fuel pump components to achieve the best routing of the hoses.
Cable-tie the pair of hoses together in 2 places. (pic 2)
From the fuel pump, run the hose up behind the alternator and cable-tie it to the alternator loom, along the inside of the RH rocker cover. If you have run the alternator loom another way, use p-clips as above to secure the hose to the rocker cover bolts.
UNLIKE picture 3 shows, do not run it under the alternator (it will rub through), run it at the back of the alternator and attach a p-clip to the bolt on the back of the alternator.
The hose will come above the end of the rocker cover.
At the carb end, the hose does almost a 180 degree bend to meet the banjo union. It needs to angle down slightly in order to clear the bottom plate of the air filter. (pic 4)
GD427 Euro, 350 Chevy, Tremec 3550
MSD, Megasquirt Fuel Injection (TBI)