E85 Flex fuel/Filter location

87national55

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Gents, getting ready to run my lines and trying to get ideas on where to mount the flex fuel and filter. To those running this, can you post some photos? I would also love some feedback on where to mount this. I can provide photos of frame if needed.

Thanks in advance

Note: I have boxed in my frame, I will be running #8 PTFE


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Boost231

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Depending on lines etc either mount the sensor under drivers seat or near the junction block next to the tank

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87national55

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Forgot to mention I will be running lines inside frame on driver side


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Boost231

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If stock lines I like by the tank. After market lines I like under the drivers seat. In the return of course

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87national55

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Thanks, I will be running aftermarket -8an ptfe. Originally I was thinking mounting the sensor or filter (maybe both of possible) where the proportioning valve goes since I will no longer be using stock


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dank GN

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I am trying to find a picture of how I mounted mine . I mounted it in line with my -6an return line . I mounted right under the drivers side door where I made alil bracket to attach the sensor . It’s funny my 2 -6 Teflon fittings cost more then the flex fuel sensor .
 

87national55

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If you want to mount it like above we sell a bracket that works with that flex sensor.

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You have a photo of the bracket? Anyway it can go where the proportioning valve goes?


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87national55

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Do you go female or male at the ends? I’m thinking female ends avoid having extra fittings and possible leak.


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