Me too! I really don't like the idea of paying someone $1k to round up a few parts and ship them to me
Thanks for the heads up. If I do this, I will use stainless braided lines between the fuel tank and the hard line and the hard line and the engine. Combined with secure mounting, that should minimize the vibration and stress. Still, I hadn't considered that "normal" vibration could fatigue the lines. Road debris is a big concern of mine; I don't know how much of a problem it really is. The aluminum tubes I was thinking of are rated to 1000's of psi -- you can use them for brake hard lines.BLKMGK said:Aluminum can work harden with vibration and stress. I'm also not sure how well it will withstand road debris at 40+PSI of pressure. check that ratings on the aluminum too - I'm not sure it was designed for EFI type pressures but I KNOW some who have done it. I guess I just don't see the braided line as being all that bad (shrug).