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spudwrench

SpudWrench's H2B sedan build

Hey guys this build has been going on for about a year in my spare time. Probably snail speed for some of you but ive done a lot of work so far

Here is how it all got started was rebuilding a h22a engine with plans of buying another eg hatch to drop it in then my zc in my sedan slung a rod. So the more i looked at that hole in the block the more i felt "obligated" to ditch the idea of picking up a Eg and decided it was going in the sedan.


one last look at the zc








Looking a little hairy so time for a shave after this
~Sp33~

Why not disconnect the harness at the firewall? And the fuel lines?

Any reason?
4dred6

Can't wait to see more pics
spudwrench

~Sp33~ wrote:
Why not disconnect the harness at the firewall? And the fuel lines?

Any reason?


because this is my first swap and I didn't know any better at the time
spudwrench

next lets get all these holes welded up, of course this is my first time welding and I learned the hard way that weld splatter does burn through glass just ask me how I know...  Embarassed


invited a friend over who was a little better at it than I am and has some EF experience



getting a little closer





A few days later...

Got some more work done today bay ready for body filler and primer . Getting that seam sealer off was a bitch.. also picked up all the fittings needed to tuck my brake lines / fuel lines but gotta wait till I can get a good flaring tool to flare the lines



more bondo and sanding fun  Very Happy


4dred6

Looks pretty good, I can't wait to start doing this on my new sedan.
spudwrench

4dred6 wrote:
Looks pretty good, I can't wait to start doing this on my new sedan.


I know dude I'm hooked I'm so ready to drive my car its been sitting way too long
4dred6

I feel you, my sedan is down right now. But I'll be receiving new tires tomorrow (well today) and new wheels next week, can't wait to drive it again.
~Sp33~

spudwrench wrote:

because this is my first swap and I didn't know any better at the time


All G!

That bay's coming along nice  Cool
spudwrench

~Sp33~ wrote:
spudwrench wrote:

because this is my first swap and I didn't know any better at the time


All G!

That bay's coming along nice  Cool



Thanks try to update when I can get to computer got more pix
spudwrench


Got all the welding grinding sanding done ready for paint



Spent a few hours building my lil spray booth its little but will work for the bay



layind down some white hok urethane primer





spudwrench

only experience ive had with painting is rattle can. one thing I can say im a fan of the house of kolors went down super smooth even using a cheapie harbor freight paint sprayer. Lets hop the paint / clear goes down as good as the primer did
EF Sedan Enthusiast

Love the progress so far and can't wait to see more  Cool
4dred6

X2  Smile
palle

x3
spudwrench

Thanks guys means a lot have been working on it a lot
spudwrench



here it is we used hok orion silver for the bay. wasn't sure yet what color the car may end up but figured silver goes with almost everything.




out in the sun the color really pops.. too bad its just under the hood for now
spudwrench

I had intended at one point for my h22 to go in a hatch so I had purchased a gsr hydro trans. I could have just sold it and picked up a cable trans but decided to just convert to a hydro setup





unfortunately when I made my bracket I didn't account for the heater box vents under the dash so I will have to run without those for the time being. If I decide to stay hydro I will pick up a hush performance setup since im not the best in the fab department
spudwrench

also started working on tucking my break lines completely. I just hope I don't have any issues bleeding the brakes afterwards.



I wasn't too excited about what the rigid flairing tool cost me but honestly it makes perfect flares a breeze so I think it was worth the cost.





spudwrench

Decided it was a good day to drop the front end and get the overspray cleaned up. It was prob more work than it was worth esp since im just using some rattle can spray for it and under coating for the wheel wells but it looks better than the paint/primer dust







after some fresh undercoating




Looks better to me so I guess it was worth it en the end even if it doesn't stay that way

I might go back and rhino line it later
4dred6

Looks so good, I think ima copy the silver bay.
spudwrench

4dred6 wrote:
Looks so good, I think ima copy the silver bay.


awesome It was a def improvement from the old one
palle

Can you do a "How To Breakline Tuck" on this one, please!? I definitely like where this is going, can't wait to see it finished! <3
EF Sedan Enthusiast

So glad you joined us and are sharing your build in detail.  I agree with Jon that a wright up would be ideal.  Keep up the good work  Cool
Chaife

Cool deal,   Looks good so far.
~Sp33~

That clean underbody spray really makes it look fresh.
spudwrench

palle wrote:
Can you do a "How To Breakline Tuck" on this one, please!? I definitely like where this is going, can't wait to see it finished! <3


I will try to see what pictures I can pull up and see if I can find my old parts list for what all was used.  The hardest part honestly was just compiling a parts list and how I wanted to run the lines

It will be a little bit before I have time but I will def answer any questions anyone has in the meantime.

EF Sedan Enthusiast wrote:
So glad you joined us and are sharing your build in detail.  I agree with Jon that a wright up would be ideal.  Keep up the good work  Cool


thanks glad to EFin be here and thanks been hard to stay motivated on this one because im so ready to be back on the road.

Chaife wrote:
Cool deal,   Looks good so far.


thanks

~Sp33~ wrote:
That clean underbody spray really makes it look fresh.


It did I plan on going back and getting a few more cans to do the rear also.
spudwrench

ran into a problem after I finished the brake lines  was attempting to bleed the brakes and of course bleeder valve snapped on drum.. so went to the parts store and picked up a replacement got home started pulling it all apart. it was a rusted mess Shocked

got to adding up cost of hardware, drum pads, and then last minute remembered a guy I came into contact with that had a rear teggy disk conversion for 50.00  so I took the part back and scooped those up instead.

So while I was at it I went ahead and ordered me a set of skunk2 sport shocks



So im installing the rear disk conversion and the skunk2 shocks at the same time to realize that my rear shock has a fork and my old lower control arm has the pillow ball mount.

Im thinking maybe CRX? lca not sure but anyway decided to just go ahead and pick up some function 7 LCA for a little bling bling

here is the result



4dred6

Damn I love this build, just keeps getting better and better
spudwrench

So while all this has been going on here is what is going to be eventually sitting in the bay


scooped it up for 300.00 condition unknown  Question

I wanted to learn how to build a engine and see what its all about so why not.


first thing I found out wrong with engine was missing valve guides although engine was completely put together upon purchase and was just missing some bolt ons



upon head removal cylinder walls seemed fine pistons had a some valve dings on top so im thinking at some point a timing belt broke on this engine and bent some valves and previous person tried to replace valves and forgot to put the guides in but who knows with Honda peeps sometimes.

got the engine to the machine shop to be cleaned and see what was up. Found out that 8 valves needed replacing and someone tried to surface the head with a belt grinder or at least that's what the head shop told me.  So I got the engine back from the shop and looks like everything is good to be put back together.



spudwrench

4dred6 wrote:
Damn I love this build, just keeps getting better and better


LOl thanks means a lot

I decided with the engine I wanted to have something reliable nothing crazy balls to the wall but if I decided to boost later I could.

For now I will do the following

stock head shaved new valves stock cams (may change to pro 2)
bronze valve guides
stock manifold (may change to euro or skunk2)
h22a type s pistons with manley forged rods should raise compression to around 13 I believe
arp head studs and arp main studs
new gaskets, oil pump is good so will run with what I got on that
new water pump, gates timing belt
oem main, rod bearings
kaizen speed balance shaft delete, manual timing tensioner
esp alternator bracet 1/2 inch over with d series alt
Qsd h2b kit innovative solid mounts
fidanza ligh weight flywheel with stage 2 or 3 clutch
I have a euro single h pulley but have the feeling I may need to get the h2b pulley made for d series alt to give me that little extra clearance

I contacted ESP super nice people over there and I found this picture of a air intake they were running on a crx they were happy to tell me it is just a fleabay GSR 3"shortram  so I was ended up ordering one because I liked the way it hugged closer to the engine.

I can only hope mine is half as clean as this engine bay

~Sp33~

Yeah that's a sweet bay, GL with it.
spudwrench

So some of the parts started showing up.. I know just pics of boxes but was stoked to share







ok enough of that getting some assembly done on the engine



getting the pistons in was a pita with the cheap ring tool I had ended up breaking a couple on the 3rd piston but luckily I was able to pick up some new ones and get back to the assembly..

of course later I find out the acl thrust washer didn't fit so I had to end up going to get another one. Luckily guy I know close by had a few on hand.



making a little progress on the engine



really loving the simplicity of the kstuned timing tensioner


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got most everything ready to go

time to mate the tranny




spudwrench

Painted valve cover think im going blue




well IM GOING IN





well after lots of bitching, cussing, with every scratch on the bay I have learned a few things

even after beating it with a sledge the single eure H crank pulley is too wide i don't know anyone i trust the cut a channel out of the frame and make it look good. So i went ahead and ordered the evolution h2b pulley since im going to run a esp alt bracket anyway. I really wanted to make stock work but im hoping the new pulley can help even out the harmonics and give some extra space
spudwrench

so a while back I decided I wanted to do my own milspec harness for the engine. I really like the idea of a single firewall plug that can be undone and a separate charge harness.

I was able to find a mating set of 55 pin mil spec plugs, crimping tool, I had already purchased a h22 harness, and a obd0 to obd1 harness.

so here are my wires and what mess ive got left to take care of

I would like to be able to just order the harness to make my life simple but can't see spending that much right now although I know it would make my life hella easy
89ef2

Looks amazing! Good luck with that wiring! Shocked
spudwrench

89ef2 wrote:
Looks amazing! Good luck with that wiring! Shocked


I KNOW.... ive been going cross eyed reading schematics and diagrams got most of it figured out... but I wont know for sure till I turn the key.
4dred6

Looks pretty sick, there's a member on here doing a h2b aswell. His username is boosted ef2


But yeah man your build is amazing.
spudwrench

It will be amazing to hear it run  at this point I'm waiting on a few things in the mail went ahead and picked up a few odds and ends at the local parts house plug wires plugs dizzy gasket dizzy cap.

Waiting on a charge harness, h2b single d pulley

I'm having a issue with clutch engagement. I bled it and I have pedal pressure I'm pretty sure I clocked the clutch with the alignment tool and installed the clutch facing the right direction. I used a xtd clutch and it came with throw out bearing put a new spring on clutch fork but its like when I press the clutch the pedal goes about half way down and then its super stiff so I'm confused  on what's up with that so I will be tearing back into the trans when I pull the engine to put the thinner pulley on.
spudwrench

4dred6 wrote:
Looks pretty sick, there's a member on here doing a h2b aswell. His username is boosted ef2


But yeah man your build is amazing.


Right on I will go check out his threads
spudwrench

damn I wanna go work on my car right now lol but just too tired and waiting on parts.

I wanted to go to junk yard this weekend but ive officially worked 23 days straight so no time for any of that right now.

I
spudwrench

thought I would have a parts update for you guys tonight but freaking seller flaked on me on some rims.

I had been talking with a guy pretty much all day about a set of axis og oldskool wheels for a great price.

I was stuck at work and he was 2 hours away i was ready to make the trip when I got off and he is like I will hold them for you if tomorrow is better then 20 min later I see him making arrangements to sell them to someone else. IM like so much for holding them for me?

So now im back on the hunt for some wheels. Im still considering the effect Wheels but just not sure yet if that's they way I wanna go.
4dred6

Hate people like that.
spudwrench

4dred6 wrote:
Hate people like that.



same here unless I just happen to find something that I like better i will probably just order the effect rims cause i never see anyone rocking them local anyway its nice to be different.
89ef2

4dred6 wrote:
FUCKING Hate people like that!!!

Fixed
spudwrench

Hahaahahabaababaabsba funny
spudwrench

Not a whole lot going on right now Sad ... However some nice packages did happen to show up

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EF Sedan Enthusiast

Gottal love new parts  Very Happy
spudwrench

EF Sedan Enthusiast wrote:
Gottal love new parts  Very Happy


I do indeed like Christmas now if I could just find the damn time to install  them
boosted ef2

Looking good man..Did u get the version 1 or 2 pulley?
And were did u get the remote battery terminals?
spudwrench

boosted ef2 wrote:
Looking good man..Did u get the version 1 or 2 pulley?
And were did u get the remote battery terminals?


Remote battery terminals were from rywire and I'm not sure on the pulley I just ordered a h2b d pulley didn't know there was different versions hope I ordered the right one lol
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
boosted ef2 wrote:
Looking good man..Did u get the version 1 or 2 pulley?
And were did u get the remote battery terminals?


Remote battery terminals were from rywire and I'm not sure on the pulley I just ordered a h2b d pulley didn't know there was different versions hope I ordered the right one lol


Thanks looks like i gotta add something new to my list..Yea  ver.1 is without the bs delete and ver 2 is with it or vice versa i think one just has a spacer on it or something lol
spudwrench

Version one is for a d series alt and version 2 is for h alt from what I read and version 1 requires 1/2 over so I got version 1
spudwrench



This is how she sitting right now in garage we have an appraisal guy coming I'm this week to evaluate the house so we can purchase it. So I wasn't able to make a mess till after. I had help last time I put the engine in but since it's coming back out to do a few more things to the bay I went ahead and ordered me a engine hoist and a one man bleeder kit so I can make this solo mission easier for myself lol
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
Version one is for a d series alt and version 2 is for h alt from what I read and version 1 requires 1/2 over so I got version 1


Thats what it was lol..I still need to order my stuff..
Doing everything alone isnt so bad..I've pretty much rebuilt my whole car in my garage alone..Yea it helps to have another set of hands but atleast u know everything is done to ur standards
spudwrench

Started putting my rad fans on and test fitting just to feel like I was doing something since this build had been slow the past week then I was like too cold for all this.

I talked to the place I ordered the engine hoist  from and they shopped out today so looks like I will have it by first of next week
spudwrench

It's sad when u forget you even order stuff. I had a package show up today I thought it was something else I was waiting on till I saw the words China post in package  ended up being my hks ground wire kit .

Doubt I will use all the wires or the little bracket piece just wanted some  nice fresh ground wires.
4dred6

Sweet. Got any updates?
spudwrench

Not really ... i worked on attaching some braided brake lines tonight for a few minutes and re attached the e brake cable so I could change out the flat tire it's been sitting on now lol.

I should have my shop crane arrive tomorrow. Then my plans are to have the engine back out by this weekend. I still have like 25 things left to do on my list to be finished but I'm close. I hope to at least fire it up for the first time before April. It just depends on how long it takes me to do the touch ups on the paint in the bay and get my wiring finished.
spudwrench

Had a package or 2 awaiting for me when I got home opened up the box and found this inside



then a couple hours later ended up with this



if things go as planned will be pulling engine for the last time tomorrow night
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EF Sedan Enthusiast

Nice hoist.
boosted ef2

Sweet Very Happy ...How low is ur oil pan sitting?
spudwrench

Thanks I just hope It's enough to lift the front of the car.. The oil pan is probably about 4 or 5 inches off the ground at height it is .
boosted ef2

It should be.but if ur going to be doing it urself..just jack the car up and slide the motor under.lower the car and it will be pretty much bolt in with alittle lifting ...u plan on lowering it anymore?
spudwrench

I want it to appear as low as possible but I don't wanna sacrifice my ride or worry about hitting the pan on anything. When I get wheels and front lip and side skirts on I guess it well depend on how it looks. I don't want it fully dumped but I want the tires to tuck just a lil
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I want it to appear as low as possible but I don't wanna sacrifice my ride or worry about hitting the pan on anything. When I get wheels and front lip and side skirts on I guess it well depend on how it looks. I don't want it fully dumped but I want the tires to tuck just a lil


Gotcha..well u can actually go pretty low despite what others say..Only reason my pan was on the ground was because of my mounts being crappy and missin the metal sleeve insert

Or just use the ks tuned/ qsd oil pan




spudwrench

The moroso oil pan is on my to get in the future list I just wish I could find one a lil lower in price I'm on a budget so I will just have to see if it becomes something I feel like I need
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
The moroso oil pan is on my to get in the future list I just wish I could find one a lil lower in price I'm on a budget so I will just have to see if it becomes something I feel like I need


From what ks tuned told me it was origanlly there dcesign which they later gave to qsd which is made by mororso.and yea its expensive lol But even without it u will be fine
spudwrench

I only have one spot on my daily drive that I'm even concerned about care it's a bridge but most of the time is nice flat paved blacktop so no issue there . I am going to get some stiffer suspension in the future though cause i got skunk2 sports shocks with flea bay coil over and the springs are a little soft
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I only have one spot on my daily drive that I'm even concerned about care it's a bridge but most of the time is nice flat paved blacktop so no issue there . I am going to get some stiffer suspension in the future though cause i got skunk2 sports shocks with flea bay coil over and the springs are a little soft


Yea u will be fine..i need to worry alittle though lol..Skunk2 shocks are good maybe look in to gettin sum ground controls with stiffer spring rates..not sure if they will work with skunk2 shocks though
spudwrench

Got home about 8:30  and went straight to garage and started pulling the engine.







surprisingly didnt take too long but with this unusual cold weather I will try to get some more done tomorrow
spudwrench

Got the details on my bay worked out with the paint go supposed to be coming over sometime this next week to touch up the bay for me so I can install my new pulley and put the engine back in.  However I noticed before something was up with my clutch not wanting to properly engage so it looks like I will have to separate the transmission to see what's going on with that first before it can go back in

I been looking online for parts trying to figure out my interior been looking for a black dash but not having much luck atm
spudwrench

Waiting on parts but these were waiting on me when I got home I usually run amber lights but this time wanted something different so went with the clear style picked these up off flea bay waiting on primer to show up I had to order and this rain to pass and we can get the bay in right condition and start working on assembly

spudwrench

Still don't have anything this week to show we been putting a new floor in our house ... (honey do list)

I did pick up another daily driver this week purchase was unexpected but sold my other vehicle and painter was taking longer to come over to do work than expected and had to have some wheels at least until I finish this project.

Not a ef but still nice little daily driver
spudwrench

UPDATE:
Swapped out the crank pulley on my engine and that gave me the clearance needed to be able to change alt belt without the pain of dropping the engine.

I was waiting on my painter to come help me touch up some spots on my bay but never could get him to come over and I was ready to get it done so I opted to just used rubber undercoat up to to the base of the shock tower. It has a nice look to it covers up the bare metal spots and was quick and easy fix.


Engine going back in





CLEAR



Got the engine in for the last time, slim fans mounted wire harness finished





spudwrench

well im at a standstill at the moment. I was working on the coolant system today and didn't really think about what coolant hoses to use. I went on faith that the ef ones would work but none of these seem to be fitting like I need them to.

Im guessing I would need the h22 hoses and just cut them down to length if any are too long
boosted ef2

Car is looking great man!!!!

And I think u can just use b series hoses..atleast that's what I did and the just need alittle trimming depending on ur mounts and stuff.. but I know h22 ones are wayyyyy to long
spudwrench

Ok I will see what I can find thanks
EF Sedan Enthusiast

Love the progress and yeah B series should work.
spudwrench

EF Sedan Enthusiast wrote:
Love the progress and yeah B series should work.


ended up not finding a B hose but a H hose worked just fine had to cut about a foot off of it but got it looking oem.


I got all the radiator lines finished up just working on wiring at this point.

I just got the STS wire hooked up about to do the ground wires.

I already have all my injectors wired up properly routing back to the resistor box.

Only thing im confused about is which 2 wires do I splice together to tie into the box.
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
EF Sedan Enthusiast wrote:
Love the progress and yeah B series should work.


ended up not finding a B hose but a H hose worked just fine had to cut about a foot off of it but got it looking oem.


I got all the radiator lines finished up just working on wiring at this point.

I just got the STS wire hooked up about to do the ground wires.

I already have all my injectors wired up properly routing back to the resistor box.

Only thing im confused about is which 2 wires do I splice together to tie into the box.





I didn't think u had to use a resistor box if ur obd1? U just solder all the wires together
spudwrench

You do If you are using h22a injectors they Also use resistor box

But I ended up realizing when I built my harness I didn't put the grounds from the ecu in the harness so that's why nothing was coming on got that resolved and fuel pump is Def kicking on now.

But car still won't start ... so moved on to plug wires and I'm not getting a spark.  So I tested my dizzy and the coil pack isn't any good. So looks like I will be waiting on a dizzy to arrive [/code]
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
You do If you are using h22a injectors they Also use resistor box

But I ended up realizing when I built my harness I didn't put the grounds from the ecu in the harness so that's why nothing was coming on got that resolved and fuel pump is Def kicking on now.

But car still won't start ... so moved on to plug wires and I'm not getting a spark.  So I tested my dizzy and the coil pack isn't any good. So looks like I will be waiting on a dizzy to arrive [/code]


oh ok i forgot about that...Glad to see its almost ready ..U order a dizzy yet or still looking?
spudwrench

I've got a bid on one if it falls through I will be looking again
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I've got a bid on one if it falls through I will be looking again



Good luck..just make sure u get the internal coil one..I will.look I might have a good coil somewhere or u can always wire up an external coil
Jerseys_fyn3st

I <3 your sedan , how much was the plate? And did it come with the flywheel and clutch?  Great sedan. Can't wait I have a b16 but always wanted to go h2b so im.tuned in 100% lol.
spudwrench

I got outbid .. lol on the dizzy,but I came home to a new problem tonight that if I can't fix will end this project. I got  home and my garage reakes of gas. I'm thinking loose fuel line from where I tried to start the engine yesterday. Until I see this



so I trace the leak to inside of the car carpet is soaked I can't understand how this happened.


only thing I can chalk it up to is excess pressure built up on fuel line and somehow blew a hole in the line somewhere. So at this point I'm thinking I might need another car carpet is Def going to need replaced
89 LX SOHC ZC

Those hard lines are a pain in the ass to get out but having the dash out will help a hole lot and cost a hole lot less then a new sedan sorry to hear about your problem.
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I got outbid .. lol on the dizzy,but I came home to a new problem tonight that if I can't fix will end this project. I got  home and my garage reakes of gas. I'm thinking loose fuel line from where I tried to start the engine yesterday. Until I see this



so I trace the leak to inside of the car carpet is soaked I can't understand how this happened.
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only thing I can chalk it up to is excess pressure built up on fuel line and somehow blew a hole in the line somewhere. So at this point I'm thinking I might need another car carpet is Def going to need replaced



That really sucks man..it has to be a hole somewhere cuz its one hardline from the firewall to the tank...an easy fix is to get sum hardtube adapters and run new braided line unless u know how to flare
spudwrench

I'm going to pull the line this weekend and see if I can locate where the hole is at
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I'm going to pull the line this weekend and see if I can locate where the hole is at


It looks like it's just in the front right? U just gotta pull the plastic piece that holds the carpet down up and he feed and return lines are right there
spudwrench

boosted ef2 wrote:
spudwrench wrote:
I'm going to pull the line this weekend and see if I can locate where the hole is at


It looks like it's just in the front right? U just gotta pull the plastic piece that holds the carpet down up and he feed and return lines are right there


ok I went and looked at a few things, for starters im a moron. I had the line coming off the fuel pressure regulator going back to the vent line next to the feed. I had the return line just open with nothing connected to it.  Also something else I just realized the line had hooked to the vent which at the time I thought was the return had a pcv valve attached to it as well which was creating a little bit of pressure not even sure at this point if I even have a broke hard line or just forced fuel back out of the return.
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
boosted ef2 wrote:
spudwrench wrote:
I'm going to pull the line this weekend and see if I can locate where the hole is at


It looks like it's just in the front right? U just gotta pull the plastic piece that holds the carpet down up and he feed and return lines are right there


ok I went and looked at a few things, for starters im a moron. I had the line coming off the fuel pressure regulator going back to the vent line next to the feed. I had the return line just open with nothing connected to it.  Also something else I just realized the line had hooked to the vent which at the time I thought was the return had a pcv valve attached to it as well which was creating a little bit of pressure not even sure at this point if I even have a broke hard line or just forced fuel back out of the return.


We alll make mistakes but alteast u figured it out before it caused any major damage..U actually dont need the vent line u can just dump it from the tank and attach a breather filter to it..Also where is ur fuel filter?
spudwrench

I have a inline fuel filter attached right before the fuel rail.
boosted ef2

spudwrench wrote:
I have a inline fuel filter attached right before the fuel rail.



gotcha..Once u run the fuel lines the right way ur good right? Well minus the dizzy
spudwrench

Well I think my plan is to clean the fuel up best I can let it dry out a few days and  then hook it up the right way and see if it happens again before I get the dizzy on. I would assume the best way to check for leak is to try to pressurize the fuel system again
spudwrench

Dizzy showed up yesterday got the new one on a few min ago got the fuel line hooked up correctly this time bout to go see what happens
spudwrench

She fired up for the first time  banana
EF Sedan Enthusiast

Awesome!
boosted ef2

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