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    Braided fuel lines for RXT

    Would 10ft braided fuel lines be sufficient for the RXT?


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    Depends on how you are doing it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADAMBOMB View Post
    Depends on how you are doing it....
    Will probably just mount the regulator where Riva mounts theirs. Seems like the best spot to be able to mess with the regulator settings without always having to remove the engine cover.

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    10ft would be fine, i used about 5ft for fuel rail to reg to tank (OEM hose still left for tank to rail)

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    Cool. Thanks guys. Guess I will be ordering the SS lines soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krouchchocolate View Post
    Cool. Thanks guys. Guess I will be ordering the SS lines soon.
    I'd think twice about getting the SS braided. Believe it or not, it rusts and it's pretty difficult to cult/assembly.

    I prefer the nylon braided hose. Russel has some good stuff. Even the Jeg's brand of stuff is good.... IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangermtb5 View Post
    I'd think twice about getting the SS braided. Believe it or not, it rusts and it's pretty difficult to cult/assembly.

    I prefer the nylon braided hose. Russel has some good stuff. Even the Jeg's brand of stuff is good.... IMO.
    Cool. Thanks for the tip man. I'll look into that.

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    +100 DO NOT USE ANY METAL BRAIDED LINE.

    I run the black nylon hose with blue tracer. Looks great and will outlast the metal braided line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangermtb5 View Post
    I'd think twice about getting the SS braided. Believe it or not, it rusts and it's pretty difficult to cult/assembly.

    I prefer the nylon braided hose. Russel has some good stuff. Even the Jeg's brand of stuff is good.... IMO.
    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    +100 DO NOT USE ANY METAL BRAIDED LINE.



    I run the black nylon hose with blue tracer. Looks great and will outlast the metal braided line.

    Yep as they said... SS will rust and your finger tips will thank us... An fitting with stainless is easy once you get the hang of it but you will bleed before you get the hang of it. Nylon braided works well and its flame resistant... Dont ask me how I know this...

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    yea, it hate cutting and fitting SS line. my finger tips hated life.

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