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Squadge

posted on 27/2/17 at 09:59 PM Reply With Quote
Extending injection fuel lines

Hi everyone,
I'm using an R1 5pw, the fuel lines need extending but they are the formed type with the quick release connectors, is there someone that makes custom fuel lines so they'll reach the rear of the car to the tank or do you piece into the original pipe and extend it yourself?
Thanks in advance,

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SPYDER

posted on 1/3/17 at 12:46 AM Reply With Quote
You could try speaking to the guys at your local branch of PIRTEK. They should be able to make up custom pipes for you.
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Toprivetguns

posted on 1/3/17 at 05:53 AM Reply With Quote
Most people have used kunifer pipe with 8mm or 10mm connectors at each end allowing rubber tubing to fitted for your final connections to the tank and fuel rail.





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knight19770

posted on 1/3/17 at 03:13 PM Reply With Quote
Hi, What type of connection would you use to go from the 8mm kunifer to the rubber fuel line? as i have run kunifer from the front to back and was going to change to rubber for the last bit .

Cheers Mike

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Toprivetguns

posted on 1/3/17 at 05:36 PM Reply With Quote
Copper to rubber
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Squadge

posted on 1/3/17 at 09:15 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks everyone, I do deal with 'Mend-A-Hose' with work which are similar to Pirtek but they haven't got back to me yet so thought I'd ask on here to see what people are using.
I think those fittings are a winner though.

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