While installing a new fire bottle yesterday, I also inspected the synflex lines running all over the car. The first thing I noticed was it appeared my old tank had a extremely tiny leak and the hose just leaving the bottle had some caked up junk in it. I cut and removed that bit. I then blew into the system to see if it was free flowing....it was not. I gutted the whole system and checked every single line (some of which was legacy on the car before I got it, but some of it was done by me before I knew any better). Multiple lines were not cut properly and looked like crap. Finally, one of the nozzles did not flow at all when i blew into it! I'm going to soak the clogged nozzle in alcohol or something and report back...=> soaked in mineral spirits = did not clear the clog...soaked in denatured alcohol = did not clear the clog.
I cut, cleaned and checked every line and then blew into the complete system at the point where extinguishent leaves the bottle and it was free flowing.
I used a quality hose cutter and a straight pick to open up the line post cutting.
cutter = https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002NYB6O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Pick = https://www.amazon.com/GearWrench-84000D-Hook-Pick-Set/dp/B002EYI19M/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=gearwrench+pick&qid=1583147543&sr=8-5
Please take 30min of time and perform a check of everything AFTER the bottle...