About 10 minutes ago, I just removed my fuel rail extensions, in order to plumb in the braided hose to the connectors at the top of the motor. Advil, you are welcome to mine, too, if you need them.
Also, those of you doing this can save yourself the purchase of a 37 degree flare tool, if you use compression fittings that utilize a 45 degree flare, the same as your brake lines, on the end of the hard line at the motor, with a fitting which then converts it to -6 AN. I bought these adaptors and fittings for 10 bucks a set (one for the 1/4" and one for the 5/16",) from Pure Choice, and they convert the hard line to -6 AN, then you run a piece of braided up and over to the 60 dollar connectors at the fuel rail. It worked pretty slick, if it wasn't for my forgotten FMU... (another trip to Earl's for more fittings and hose.) AND Purechoice provided me a couple of -6 AN hoses with straight fittings swaged on, for a most reasonable price... far less than summit...
So, about $15-20 ea. for the 24-30" hoses, $20 for the hard line fittings/adapters, and $60 for the ford quick-release-to- -6 AN" fuel line fittings... don't forget $10 at autozone for the Ford fuel injector quick release tools, total: $130 and you can have nice SS braided fuel line runs in your engine compartment.
[ September 18, 2002, 04:07 PM: Message edited by: Libertine ]