turbogrill Posted January 18, 2018 Report Share Posted January 18, 2018 I just finished replacing all rubber hoses with nice steel braided lines and AN fittings. Now I wished I just had replaced the old rubber hoses with new rubber hoses and done AN to barb fittings on the fuel rail. First it's costly, I probably spend close to $1000 on fittings, tools and hoses. The same amount for rubber is much less. I also had 3 leaks: - 2 hoses was badly assembled (by me) - 1 AN flare had a small dent In my case it would be safer to just stick with the rubber. It also so much easier to work with rubber hoses, they bend better and it's easy to get the correct size. I guess I got fooled by pictures of fancy engine bays Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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