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Ever since I installed the PRJ rails and the IC, the fuel supply line seems to be tighter than I feel comfortable with -- especially since the engine tilts under load.

I was wondering what the easiest and most efficient way to replace part of that line would be with a flexible, braided alternative. I was thinking of replacing the fuel line from the filter to the engine bay. Would anybody be able to point me to the right direction as to what parts I need and where I could purchase them?

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Nikos
 

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Nick,


Hope all is well. We have experienced this issue as well. We have addressed it by using a section of -6 twist-lock hose from RUSSELL along with a -6 90 degree twist-lock hose end. You can follow the O.E. plastic line
to the area under the master cylinder where it is connected to a steel line.
Cut plastic line off of metal line, and connect new hose with a high quality clamp. Next, route new hose over to fuel rail, and cut to length. install 90
degree -6 fitting, and connect to rail. We haven't reconfigured the area under the car, but I would imagine that this info will give you some ideas.
Good luck!!!!

BIG JEFF
 
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