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E 225 fuel injection line

I am needing a replacement fuel injection line from the spider to number 2 cylinder. E 225
I am not being successful in my search.
Any suggestions?
Thanks

Model: Bonanza G35
Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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Take a look at this info as they may be able to help.
https://dgsupply.com/product-type/continental-bonanza-stc

Bob Ripley
ABS Technical Advisor

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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I talked to Russ and he does not have a 24 inch in stock. He is still looking.

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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If you can provide the P/N, I may be able to help

Bob

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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I will try to find one and get it to you.
Thanks

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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If you come up short, there are a couple of engines worth of E225 spare parts in my buddies hanger. One of his old engines had fuel injection, so there is a good chance all those lines are available. I’ll ask. Confirm fuel injection and not primer?

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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Yes, fuel injection line for number 2 cylinder.
Might be interested in all 6 FI lines.
Ready for next time.

Posted 12/1/2023 - 2 months ago
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I’ll look and see. Will probably take a few days to get over there. The E225 primer system uses the same spider, lines and nozzles as the old Bendix fuel injection system, but most of the nozzles have been drilled out with #60 drill bits on the primer system.

Posted 12/2/2023 - 2 months ago
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Steve, thanks. Let me know.
I do appreciate the help.

Posted 12/4/2023 - 2 months ago
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In my never ending quest to learn new things, I have a question.

You mentioned this line you are looking for is 24" long. My experience with the updraft Continental full-flow injection systems (realizing that is not what we are discussing here) is that all lines for any particular engine are the same length, part number depicts the bends required to get from the flow divider to the nozzle, including a loop for the #3 & 4 cylinders to maintain the length, critical for even fuel delivery (backpressure).

Is this not true for the Bendix systems?

Mike
ABS Technical Advisor

Posted 12/4/2023 - 2 months ago
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I talked to Russ at D&G Supply. Seems to be the go to guy on the Bendix FI system.
No part number available.
Not many options available so the best answer is to find a serviceable replacement.
Steve, let me know on your search, thanks
Michael, I don’t have the experience to answer your question, but Russ probably could.

Posted 12/5/2023 - 2 months ago
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E 225 fuel injection line