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Fmu Hi, i'm trying to install a fmu for my powerdyne supercharger and i can't figure out how to hook up the in and return fuel lines. My car is mass air also. I know how to hook up the vacuum line. I went to vortech's site to get a better ideal but they only give a diagram and not actual pictures. Any help would be very much appreciated.

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