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Default LS fuel pressure/transducer mount

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Has anyone come up with a creative way to mount the fuel pressure switch/transducer? Iím using the LS9 or CTS-V fuel rail. Please post your pics.
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Hi guys,

Has anyone come up with a creative way to mount the fuel pressure switch/transducer? Iím using the LS9 or CTS-V fuel rail. Please post your pics.
I would keep the transducer off the rails and off the engine. Ou can run a AN-4 off the Schaeder valve and a hose and remote mount the transducer. There are also other options depending on how you have the read of the fuel system plumbed.

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What fuel regulator are you using? If its an aeromotive type, just T the gauge and put a sensor there.
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I would keep the transducer off the rails and off the engine. Ou can run a AN-4 off the Schaeder valve and a hose and remote mount the transducer. There are also other options depending on how you have the read of the fuel system plumbed.

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I remember seeing your video with the cracked schrader valve. My plan is to do just what you said, but Iím looking for a good location to remote mount it...
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What fuel regulator are you using? If its an aeromotive type, just T the gauge and put a sensor there.
The entire fuel system Is complete already. I didnít add this transducer to the Holley because I didnít think about it at the time. I have a ricks tank and vaporworxs controller.
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The entire fuel system Is complete already. I didnít add this transducer to the Holley because I didnít think about it at the time. I have a ricks tank and vaporworxs controller.
So wheres the fuel regulator or what style of regulator is being used? Assuming you are either running an intank regulator or sorts or a filter/regulator combo deal then?
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So wheres the fuel regulator or what style of regulator is being used? Assuming you are either running an intank regulator or sorts or a filter/regulator combo deal then?
There is no regulator. The VaporWorxs setup is a PWM controlled closed loop fuel pressure system.

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There is no regulator. The VaporWorxs setup is a PWM controlled closed loop fuel pressure system.

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Ahh ok thats where I was going with this. Kinda hard to help without knowing these things so I was throwing darts blindfolded and also missed the vaporworx controller part.
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If an AN6==> GM 3/8 quick connect fitting is used on the fuel rail line attachment one of these may help:

https://www.vaporworx.com/shop/produ...8-npt-on-side/
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Carl,

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