The T1 02.01.01 Complete Fuel System is designed to be installed on the R35 Nissan GT-R, in conjunction with either the AMS 12-injector or Boost Logic 12-injector intake manifold. As is the case with any fuel system related work, all work should be performed by a qualified mechanic on a cool engine and it is advised to disconnect the battery as well. This kit mates to the OEM main feed/return lines that run the length of the car and terminate at the engine bay firewall and by the OEM fuel hanger assembly. 

This engine bay image below gives a good representation of how the fuel system will look once fully installed. Note, the secondary rail is acting as the first fuel rail in the system now:

The F750 fuel filter is fed directly from the OEM feed line (larger of two hard lines on passenger side of engine bay), and the outlet line runs under the intake manifold alongside the valve cover in the center valley area before terminating at the rear of the secondary fuel rail:

Below you can see how the secondary to primary lines crossover in the center valley:

A detailed image of the fuel pressure regulator installed with all the lines routed and included mounting hardware/bracket. Note the orientation and routing of both banks to the regulator:

Detailed image of how the mounting bracket and hardware secure the fuel pressure regulator to the firewall. Please note, you will reuse both factory rubber grommets from the firewall mounted OEM fuel line bracket:

On the backside of the bank 1 primary rail, the ECA sensor will directly mount using the T1 EFI to ORB fitting:

Back at the fuel pump hanger, the OEM lines connect easily with the provided EFI adapters assembled as seen below:

For installation instructions pertaining to the BPC100 and in tank fuel system components, please see the link below:


5/16/2024 Amendment: The hanger assembly comes partially assembled, and there are two plugs that go in the bottom of the filter housing which have caused some confusion. The smaller plug will need the supplied o-ring installed and put in whichever side hole you are NOT installing the fuel pump on. The larger diameter plug serves as a filter support and will drop into the center hole. The o-ring plug is installed here and the larger diameter plug is shown before installation: