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I searched for a while and could not find it. I need to know which adapter I need in order to replace the FPD with an Earls plumbing adapter. I'm following the same procedure as the thread, but it doesn't specify which adapter adapter I need for the fuel rail. I'm trying to get all the parts before I start taking stuff apart.

http://forums.celicasupra.com/showthread.php?t=39188&page=2
 

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the one for the fuel rail is easy: Russell 670520
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/RUS-670520?part=RUS%252D670520

The adapter is debatable. I made a custom fitting tig welded from the factory inverted flare fitting (cut from the soft line) to one half of a -6 union. I think the other guys just took a metric adapter and teflon taped the fitting to the tube nut

item on the left in the picture is the adapter (ignore the blue union sticking out the side of it). That welded part mates a perfect flare like the stock equipment. Bosch makes a filter that's better and cheaper than the toyota filter 3rd filter on the list Notice the inlet/outlet sizes
 

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When you say the adapter is debatable, do you mean it leaks or it seems like it could leak? Cause I can't weld to save my life.
 

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I mean it's debatable if one method is better than the other. I know mine won't leak because it uses the exact flare that the car came with from the factory. It's also debatable because I'm not 100% sure what fitting everyone else is using (as far as I know they may have and aftermarket inverted flare adapter, which would be perfectly fine)
 

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Your idea seems really good, but I can't weld lol. I know a lot of people here have relocated their filter, can someone else post what they have used please.
 
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