Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Yatesville, Georgia
EFI fuel line
The hard lines from my tank to my pump on my 67 coupe are rusted and its getting old having to take the bowls and metering blocks off every other weekend to clean trash out. At the moment im still running a carb, holley 1460 to be exact, contrary to the thread title. My question is would the hihg pressure 3/8's plastic air line, like you use when you plumb a set of air bags and compression fittings hold up to the fuel pressure required for efi? Im thinking about running that line from my tank to my pupm and then from my pump to my carb. i figgure i can kill 2 birds with one stone, already have the high pressure plumbing done if i ever decide to run efi and get rid of the rust in the lines issue. I am planning on using fitting to turn any sharp corners and using tubing big enough to reuse the factoryu line clips as well as a few more in some unseen places. any thoughts on my plan would be great just trrying to get a second opinion.
The Mistress- '67 coupe, 289, 4.10's, 17's and
various other do-dads
The Pro-Mod- '97 F150 on 42's and 20's soon to
have a 4bt cummins under the hood (no longer with me and boy do I miss that truck)
The Scooter-'08 GSXR 600 white on white, olson
Spot- 2004 Land Rover Disco II, snorkel, roof rack, and tube bumpers are in the planning stages now.
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