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Karcepts Complete K-Swap Fuel Setup

Our Complete K-Swap Fuel Setup saves you precious $$ so you can get on with the rest of your K-Swap. This combo package includes your choice of:

1x Black Fuel Rail w/ Engraved Karcepts Logo or Laser Etched Karcepts Logo
1x Black Fuel Line Kit in a Standard 3 Line Setup or in our Clean & Simple 2 Line Setup
1x Black AEM Universal Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator
1x Black Marshall Instruments Liquid Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge

Use the below info to determine your desired Fuel Line Kit:

Option #1: Clean & Simple 2 Line Setup - $395 Shipped

This fuel line kit mounts the fuel pressure regulator (FPR) on the end of the fuel rail, creating a clean, in and out, 2 line setup; eliminating the need to mount the FPR on the shock tower. However, when the FPR is mounted on the end of the fuel rail, it will interfere with the large and bulky OEM 2002-2006 RSX-S and 2002-2005 Civic Si throttle cable brackets. To avoid this interference issue, you must use either a Karcepts Cruise Control Delete Kit (for RSX-S and Civic Si cruise control style throttle bodies), a Karcepts Throttle Cable Bracket (for aftermarket non-cruise control style throttle bodies), or an OEM JDM DC5 Type R or JDM EP3 Type R non-cruise control throttle body and bracket.
- Use Karcepts P/N: KFL01 for EF, EG, EK w/ EG or DC2 crossmember, and DC2
- Use Karcepts P/N: KFL02 for EK w/ EK crossmember

Option #2: Standard 3 Line Setup - $385 Shipped

This fuel line kit is the standard routing typically seen on most K-Swaps. It will require mounting the fuel pressure regulator (FPR) on the left side shock tower. Typically, most of the chassis have M6 tapped holes on the side of the shock towers, so mounting in this location should not be too difficult. This is the setup to choose if using an OEM 2002-2006 RSX-S or 2002-2005 Civic Si throttle body with the factory throttle cable bracket or any throttle body setup not described as working with Option #1. If uncertain on throttle body/throttle cable plans, this fuel line kit may be the best option to choose as it guarantees no fitment issues.
- Use Karcepts P/N: KFL03 for EF, EG, EK w/ EG or DC2 crossmember, and DC2
- Use Karcepts P/N: KFL04 for EK w/ EK crossmember

Clean & Simple 2 Line Setup:






Standard 3 Line Setup:




 

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2 Questions:

1. Are the lines ok to use ethanol with?

2. With the clean and simple setup - Would it clear a RBC with an aftermarket throttle body?
 

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1. Are the lines ok to use ethanol with?
Yep, E85 compatible!

2. With the clean and simple setup - Would it clear a RBC with an aftermarket throttle body?
It depends on the aftermarket throttle body and throttle cable bracket being used. I can tell you that if your setup doesn't match any of the throttle bodies and brackets we mentioned above, then we cannot guarantee fitment. I will say that if you are using an aftermarket throttle body with cruise control (like the Hybrid Racing one), then their throttle cable bracket would definitely interfere. If you are running some other aftermarket throttle body that does not have cruise control, then you have a 50/50 chance of them clearing. As mentioned above, if you are using a Karcepts bracket on the aftermarket throttle body, then for sure it will work.
 
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