Fuel Sensor for XFI

Boost231

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Any flex sensor will work. The new straight flow design units will work just fine. You can place the sensor in your return line where you find a good spot. It could be argued where you should put it but I have one shortly after the regualtor in the return and on my other car have it at the tank in the return and I couldn't tell any difference in correction speed.



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nickrov

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Any flex sensor will work. The new straight flow design units will work just fine. You can place the sensor in your return line where you find a good spot. It could be argued where you should put it but I have one shortly after the regualtor in the return and on my other car have it at the tank in the return and I couldn't tell any difference in correction speed.



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so you would recommend what toby posted below?
 

Toby_Goodmk

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The best place to put it in my opinion would be straight over the differential. A few reasons why. One, it makes a nice mounting location. It's flat. Two, you can run your return line from the filter to the sensor, and buy another 48" an-6 assembly to run to your sender. This way you have no breaks in your assembled lines.
 
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horndog

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I put mine by the brake master cylinder. It is in the return line less than 2 feet from regulator. Also I put it there to have a shorter run of wiring to xfi
 
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Toby_Goodmk

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how long ago was this for the pricing? Now it says the sensor is $82.99 and everything else is higher as well? just curious?

Been a year plus. If you shop around you will get a better deal. Need to search off the continental OEM part number. My search ended up pulling under jegs as a chevy performance part number. Who knows???? Branding I guess. Also feel free to order one from overseas as they are all made in China and are the same.
 
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