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can you convert l32 zzp billet fuel log to l67 style??? dw 300 from a gp on fiero ??? by fierogtx
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like the title said if i have a l32 zzp billet fuel log can you covert it to l67 fuel log with the zzp fuel pressure regulator ????
can a deatschwerk dw 300 from a grand prix will fit on a fiero gas tank 6????? ( install kit will fit too or have different strainer different fuel o ring ........ ???? )
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Originally posted by fierogtx:

like the title said if i have a l32 zzp billet fuel log can you covert it to l67 fuel log with the zzp fuel pressure regulator ????
can a deatschwerk dw 300 from a grand prix will fit on a fiero gas tank 6????? ( install kit will fit too or have different strainer different fuel o ring ........ ???? )
thanks all


I installed a DW 200 pump in one of my 3800 SC powered cars and it fit with only a very minor modification. I am relatively certain that the DW 300 pump can also be used in a Fiero gas tank. Unfortunately, I do not really know the answer to your other question about the L32/L67 fuel log conversion since I used the ZZP L67 fuel log in my installation.

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Originally posted by fierogtx:

like the title said if i have a l32 zzp billet fuel log can you covert it to l67 fuel log with the zzp fuel pressure regulator ????
can a deatschwerk dw 300 from a grand prix will fit on a fiero gas tank 6????? ( install kit will fit too or have different strainer different fuel o ring ........ ???? )
thanks all


U can run the L-32 rails using a return less setup. I have done it many time along with several others.
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Originally posted by MstangsBware:


U can run the L-32 rails using a return less setup. I have done it many time along with several others.


but does the fuel regulator for the l67 billet fuel log can mount on the l32 fuel log i know i can made a return like darthfiero show on a thread with the l67 stock regulator but can you mount the regulator from zzp on the l32 fuel rail like the l67 billet fuel log from zzp ?

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