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Old 02-21-2012, 08:29 PM   #16
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I was hoping to use these for the oil feed to the turbos. I guess my fear of busting a line is a bit on the irrational side. Perhaps I will see leaks and have to re-run a line worse case?


If your using -4 , then just buy premade stuff . ORME Bros or RPS . Just dont buy with two 90šs , use a straight fitting on one side .

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Save yourself some headache and dont do it twice, call Joel at ORME Bros. He'll set you straight and he used to give a discount for yb members.
^^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^^ I had Joel make me up a set and they are nice. My other lines were braided Aeroquip lines (not teflon lined) and they were starting to come apart from the inside out.
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Old 02-24-2012, 12:54 PM   #18
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Save yourself some headache and dont do it twice, call Joel at ORME Bros. He'll set you straight and he used to give a discount for yb members.
Still do give a discount........



I wouldnt use pushlok on a turbo feed line. You're pushing the limits of it, + we can make a stls teflon line complete for less $ than the pushlok stuff. Let me know if there is anything I can do.
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:09 PM   #19
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Default Re: Aeroquip socketless push-lock hose pros/cons

what is the max operating temp for teflon line. (TFE)
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what is the max operating temp for teflon line. (TFE)
400 degrees is what it is rated at. However, when you look at pressure ratings, temp ratings, bend radius, etc, they are all based on a max of everything else. For example, If you were running your teflon line at 3000psi, at full bend radius, it would be rated at 400 degrees. If you were running at 400 degrees at full bend, you would be rated at 3000psi working.
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Old 02-24-2012, 05:22 PM   #21
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I pulled apart a car that was built in 2003 with the pushlok deals with the blue hose. And every line was cracked and dry rotted. Also stiff as a board like others claimed
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400 degrees is what it is rated at. However, when you look at pressure ratings, temp ratings, bend radius, etc, they are all based on a max of everything else. For example, If you were running your teflon line at 3000psi, at full bend radius, it would be rated at 400 degrees. If you were running at 400 degrees at full bend, you would be rated at 3000psi working.

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dont' bother with it on oil lines i had two of them burst within one week

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