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Old 10-09-2008, 04:45 PM
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Dual feed line for Holley 770 - best option?

I picked up 2 generic premade chrome lines. One was Mr gasket, One other was transdapt. Both leaked like crazy when I bolted them up to the carb (carefully)
I could not get them to seal.

Right now I have the rubber hoses which came with the holley. I want to have something nice and clean looking.

What do you guys recommend?

I am going to actually replumb from the fuel pump to the carb.

There are some pics in the journal

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I used braided hosing....it don't look to shabby.
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did you soak a " O" thread in teflon in between the hose end and sealing nut?
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summit has a nice one it is adjustable has a filter place for gauge. you can get a fitting for -6 -8 or barb. I think it is around $35. I used it on a street avenger 670 and now have it on a 750. I have never had a problem.
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Cheap steel tubing has a welded seam. look at the flair seat.
The weld seam in the tube flair is making the flair fitting leak.
Lightly dress the 45 flair seat with a 45 grinding stone in a drill at low speed.
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