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TurboViking
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Hi there. Does anyone know what the callout is, or better who makes the quick disconnect fittings for HD Fuel injected bikes? Or a site to purchase only the fittings? Thanks for any help
 

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Year and Model would be a BIG hint. Just say'n
 

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Thanks! I should have been a bit more specific. The quick disconnect fuel fitting at the Check Valve in the tank, and the fuel delivery line. This would be on all injected models, but my 2003 Deuce is an example. I want to make a fuel pressure gauge, since they seem to be made of un-obtanium.. Hugs!
 

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Thanks! I would love one of those. None are available from any dealer. Fuel Tool doesn't even have them on their website anymore. Hugs! Troy
 

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Thanks! I would love one of those. None are available from any dealer. Fuel Tool doesn't even have them on their website anymore. Hugs! Troy
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Thanks! I would love one of those. None are available from any dealer. Fuel Tool doesn't even have them on their website anymore. Hugs! Troy


Check out J&P Cycles or any Independent shop that’s a Drag Specialties dealer. I know you can get them at either of those places.


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I'll check Jim's.. Thanks. All dealers selling the Fuel Tool MC500 or MC800 are out of stock. They don't know when, or if they will be back in stock. Seems Fuel-Tool is a small company, and the owner must be doing other stuff, or forbid, ill. HUGS! Troy
 

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TurboViking
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Male and female quick connect with say 1/4 pipe thread on one end, and the HD Fuel Injected quick connects on the other. I want to produce fuel pressure gauge as you can't seem to find one. I have not looked at Jim's, but Fuel Tool is not available any longer. From my research... HUGS
 

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I'll check Jim's.. Thanks. All dealers selling the Fuel Tool MC500 or MC800 are out of stock. They don't know when, or if they will be back in stock. Seems Fuel-Tool is a small company, and the owner must be doing other stuff, or forbid, ill. HUGS! Troy


That sucks. I have one of their fuel pressure gauges. They are easy to use, don’t cost as much as the Jim’s tool, and are a big help diagnosing fuel delivery problems.


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A simple fuel pressure gauge would be to cut a stock fuel line in half and tee in a 100 psi gauge. Use a barbed tee fitting and a couple of 'oetiker' ear clamps to join the hoses. A bleeder hose would be an option but not really needed.
 
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