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Old Yesterday, 04:32 PM   #1
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Default Hot Rod Fuel Hose

Anyone ever use Hot Rod Fuel Hose?

https://hotrodfuelhose.com/

I'm changing my carb over this winter to a Holley Sniper EFI unit and want to replace all of the 15-year old braided line currently on the car. Their prices and selection seem reasonable and they said it's all compatible with EFI. Our shop smells like fuel constantly and I'm sure the old braided line is seeping from age.
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I would look at PTFE lined hose, like the kind offered by Fragola.
They have the full complement of hose ends and adapters to do the job right.
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It is PTFE lined.

Looks decent. The line is hard to screw up, but I'd be worried about the fittings.
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OP.....there's a guy on here that goes by "lyonsperf" he'll help you out and knows his stuff........oh look, there he is up there ^^^^^^ do it....look after those who look after you.....
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If going holley sniper then I would get the earls hose and fittings they sell in the kit, the stuff works great has a lining to work with e-85 and other fuels. And it is considered the same as traditional braided hose as far as nhra rules go. it also will allow you to run steel line or aluminum hard line for main runs or just run all green hose. Make sure to use the proper fuel injection clams on the hose. The regular spiral clamps won't hold under the higher pressures EFI uses. Hope this helps.


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Call orme brothers. They are huge supporters of this site and offer a great bullet member discount. Great service and great guys. They will get you what you need.
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I use Hotrod fuel hose. Great products, great service. Good prices.
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