From the diagrams below you can see the differences between a conventional return-type system and a returnless system. The return type utilities a pressure regulator after the fuel rail and the returnless system uses a pressure regulator before the fuel rail.
The LS engine does however operate at a different pressure and as result, demands more fuel. Because of this, we will need to run a different fuel pressure regulator and an upgraded fuel pump. The Porsche uses an integrated fuel pump and pressure regulator unit in-tank, this difference will result in some customization to get everything mated together.
Another issue we encountered, was that the clearance between the intake manifold and the top of the engine bay is extremely tight. To eliminate this, we will be looking into a Holley performance AN flanged fuel rail to eliminate the stock fuel rail crossover tube.