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Old 07-13-2008, 11:33 AM   #121
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I'll pick that up for you...
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Old 07-13-2008, 12:05 PM   #122
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cool. will you send out an email when these ship? Mine is going to a mailbox that I won't see until september.
I'll try and put a Post up once I know they have all shipped out... I will keep in touch with the shipping folks at ETD/M-Tuned.

Anyways... I'm heading out for the next few days going to Shannonville (Http://www.shannonville.com) Motorsports Park for a track day with my Yamaha R6. Talk to you all when I return on Monday night or Tuesday morning.
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Just seeing what/how people are going to install this. New hoses? NPT Barbed Fittings? AN fittings?

Let me know, I need some suggestions of what and where to order

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I had planned on getting NPT to JIC fittings, JIC/JIC 90* swivel fittings, JIC SS braided hose, a tee under the rail... and a damn good hose clamp on the stock hard line. All industrial fittings, they're easy to get, cheap, and last forever.
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Old 07-14-2008, 11:22 AM   #125
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I had planned on getting NPT to JIC fittings, JIC/JIC 90* swivel fittings, JIC SS braided hose, a tee under the rail... and a damn good hose clamp on the stock hard line. All industrial fittings, they're easy to get, cheap, and last forever.
if someone can get the JIC part #'s I can probably get the fittings dirt cheap from "DJ's industrial rubber supply" in OKC. I just don't know what to order.
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if someone can get the JIC part #'s I can probably get the fittings dirt cheap from "DJ's industrial rubber supply" in OKC. I just don't know what to order.
You just need to tell them you need 3/8''NPT to -6AN straight or 90 degree fittings.
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You just need to tell them you need 3/8''NPT to -6AN straight or 90 degree fittings.
If it's a parker shop you'll want to call them JIC, not AN. Some of the backwoods rednecks don't know the difference and their catalog refers to them as JIC.

I'll probably get my own here, we spend a few million dollars a year with the parker store so I'm sure I can talk them into giving me a bit of a discount.
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Old 07-17-2008, 09:28 PM   #128
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I'm at ETD now. Rails look great in black and are shipping tomorrow. I took a bunch of pictures and will post them when I get home. I'm also going to work on some simple install instructions tonite for shipment tomorrow.
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SWEET! Thanks for the update!
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:46 PM   #130
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Got mine today, can't wait to install it... just got to get some fittings :(
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Got mine today, can't wait to install it... just got to get some fittings :(
Great Stuff.. Please let me know if you have any questions...
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Old 07-23-2008, 03:20 PM   #133
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You just need to tell them you need 3/8''NPT to -6AN straight or 90 degree fittings.
is that 3/8 to 3/8?
http://www.fittingsandadapters.com/malpiptapsta.html

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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3/8? No, that's huge. 5/16" I think. It's been a while.
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Hustler,I'm not to sure.The best thing to do is bring in a sample of the fuel line and tell them you need a 3/8 NPT to hose barb that will fit the fuel line.

....but I'm somewhat sure(not 100%) it's 3/8 NPT to 5/16 hose barb.
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so I can get the 90* 3/8npt to 5/6" barb fittings all at jegs.com, but can't find a 5/16 barb splitter anywhere. WTF is wrong with me? Any ideas?

http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/16035/10002/-1
http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/15993/10002/-1
http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/28011/10002/-1
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you just need a 5/16 to splice two hoses? or a splitter as in a 3-way fitting?
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you just need a 5/16 to splice two hoses? or a splitter as in a 3-way fitting?
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6 bux and some change but it should work for ya
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thanks, too bad they don't have 90* fittings.
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