the double flare is not the same as NPT the pitch is different and the thread per inch too and the blue one is a npt to JIC fitting which is also called a AN @ 37*
your double flares are 45*
becareful some threads are close and going into al it will cross thread, even a compression thread is different.
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OK - here is the hose pro analysis: I'm pretty sure the slave has a 1/8" NPT inlet port. (throw the existing 90 ell away) and you have an AN-3 or -4 hose. Use a 1/8" NPT by AN-3 (or AN-4) 90 degree elbow. Screw the 1/8" NPT end of the ELL directly into the slave inlet port. Connect the AN hose directly to the AN end of the ELL. I know this seems very complicated for some but it's not. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AER-FBM2030/ for AN-3 hose http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AER-FBM2031/ for AN-4 hose
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OK I am a dumbass. I never thought about taking off the fitting on the slave cylinder. Guess what, the blue fitting threads right in! With the u-turn fitting supplied with the line I think it will all work out. I hope this helps somebody else.
Thanks everybody for the suggestions, it made me look closer at what I had.
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