Awesome. I'd be curious to hear your review.Ok, all done. Car starts better for sure.... Immediate.... This IS a very easy install. (2) 10mm bolts. Torque specs are 8 to 10.9 ft lbs. With the 1/4" extension on I re-torqued them to 13 ft lbs because of the puny extension. Worked fine. I have always been one to torque things at the higher end of the spectrum.
I would pull the FP relay and the FP fuse and the electronics on the FP before starting the car to drain the pressure. I tried stating it about 4 times like this to make sure all pressure was gone. And it was..... Just a few drips of fuel. After that undue both lines and take off the two 10mm bolts and wiggle it free. Take the old metal gasket off the bottom of the old FP and attach it to the new one. I used some Amsoil to lubricate the bottom of the new FP where it hits the cam lobe and I dumped a cap full of the same oil on the shaft of the new FP where the spring is.
I used some petrolatum jelly on the new FP o-ring just to make sure it seats well and I used a very tiny bit of blue lock-tite on the ends of the 10mm bolts. I did NOT drench them.... Small layer is sufficient. Just re-torque after this and put everything back on. Piece of cake really.... Hope this helps?
After a few days I will give a better review of this HPFP. Want to see how it behaves first.