I ended up removing all of my stock lines and followed the stock routing eith both the feed and return for the deadhead setup. Y2k02gt suggested the deadhead to me so i said why not.
That critical bend. Thats Crimsom in the shot, we were installing my torque arm.
Underside shot you can see how i had to snake it through the ladder bars. I used the area to mount my fuel filter there too. Then it goes into the fender area. In the rear i looped it way up high over the axle and used straps and self tappers to hold it to the bottom of the car so the axle will never touch it. I ran it in a way that under full compression of the rear suspension the pumpkin will never touch it.
Up the fender, the rear port is where i have the line enter the engine bay, but first it loops to the front of the fender area where i have my regulator mounted.
Down in the front where that red and blue fitting is, that is about where i mounted my regulator. Dont mind the mess in there, that is from wire tucking the passenger side. So i have a 10an feed going over the fender to regulator, a 10 an feed from the regulator back over the fender to the opening lesding to the engine bay, and an 8 an return following the first -10 feed back to the tank.
Once in the engine bay i put my splitter block next to my ac. Canister. Which i have 2 8ans running to the back of the division X rails. Yes.. that is a 120 degree red and blue fitting at the back of my passenger rail. The drivers side uses a standard 90
At the front of the rails i bridged, them i am using a fuel rail pressure sensor and i have a little pressure gauge on my rail as you can see.
Mounted the hobbs switch to my secondary pump here... this is where i had my regulator mounted on my traditional return system.