Pulsation Damper Pictures

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Picture of the pulsation damper on the car, intake manifold removed. front of the car on the right. The dinkus on the other end of the fuel rail is the fuel pressure regulator. A fuel rail on the bench, with the PD's protective cover on. Fuel rail with the PD cap removed, showing the srew that tends to loosen and fall out. This is a second-gen primary fuel rail. The fuel pressure regulator is on the secondary fuel rail on second-gens, so there is a fitting to connect the two on the primary rail. This fitting is held in with a banjo bolt that could be used in place or the PD on a GSL-SE. This bolt can also be obtained from industrial fitting suppliers.

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