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Metering Oil Lines

Old 03-10-2004, 05:52 PM
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I had took everything off and now putting everything back together and need to fix the little lines going to each oil nozzle, and fix that piece that all 4 vacuum hose go into i piece. does anyone know where they have these or how to fix them?
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Old 03-10-2004, 08:39 PM
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You can get them direct from Mazda about 20.00usd a piece, or have some made w/ braided stainless and new banjo fittings for alot more. Or you can omit the pump and lines altogether and run premix.
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or find someone like me that is deleting them and get a good used set cheap...
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I am a cheap ***, so I went down to my local hobby shop and bought some RC Nitro fuel line, so far it is working awsome, and I paid less that $5.00 for all the line that I needed. Just take part of your MOP lines, and tell them that the line will have to be reistant to oil.
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is there a writeup somewhere about removing the omp and lines and such??? id like a link to it if possible..
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Yeah, in the FSM, lol...



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Originally Posted by Jake442200' date='Mar 11 2004, 11:52 AM
is there a writeup somewhere about removing the omp and lines and such??? id like a link to it if possible..
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this is a write-up for the fuel pusation damper replacement, but it's all in the same area, so it kinda covers it. Just be sure not to mix up your different oil metering lines (if you buy the mazda ones), because they're made at different lengths, and pre-bent. And they're color-coded.
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i redid mine in silicone since i broke a few. works like a charm
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Old 03-12-2004, 01:19 AM
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silicone is not an ideal replacement



http://www.samcosport.com/parts.asp



oil will eat it
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