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when doing any kind of PI engine swap, you need 96-97 fuel lines right?, could you not just yank out the old fuel lines, and just run your own stainless steel braided lines? wouldnt it be easier and flow better?
 

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I'm not sure if easier is the word I would use to describe that, but...the reason that you need new fuel lines is that the '94-95 lines will meet the new style intake manifold right where the TB is, the fuel rail accepts the lines farther back. It is not too much of a pain to switch to the '96-97 lines, didn't take us too long (the part that took the longest was waiting for the fuel filter to get there lol).

As far as flow, the '96-97 lines will support the engine just fine, if you are adding forced induction than things may change, but the stock lines should serve just fine.
 
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