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  • FoxSTI
    started a topic What are your thoughts on PTFE lined fuel lines?

    What are your thoughts on PTFE lined fuel lines?

    I am I the process of installing my surge thank and the consideration above has come up.
    I was offered some quality E85 compatible rubber lines and being advises not to spend the extra money on the ptfe lines and fittings.

    I will be retaining the factory hard lines inside the car for the time being to keep installation simple.
    Looking for thoughts and recommendations.

    Thank you

  • Stuntman
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    PTFE from BMRS Home -best stuff out there.

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  • Gian
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    Originally posted by TYP85 View Post
    Summit braided steel "E85 compatible" fuel lines... (see video link below)
    This is after the car sat for over 2 years, run every month to charge the battery, but E85 sat in the lines for over 2 years.
    This is the second time this has happened.
    I ended up buying higher quality name brand braided, but will have to change them every 2 years or switch to PTFE.
    PTFE requires a different hose end as well.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/YPeb7qOya4Dj7f0p1
    I'm sorry. It's a little dark.. Could you lite a match to brighten up the video?....lol
    Sorry,,, couldn't resist.

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  • TYP85
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    Summit braided steel "E85 compatible" fuel lines... (see video link below)
    This is after the car sat for over 2 years, run every month to charge the battery, but E85 sat in the lines for over 2 years.
    This is the second time this has happened.
    I ended up buying higher quality name brand braided, but will have to change them every 2 years or switch to PTFE.
    PTFE requires a different hose end as well.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/YPeb7qOya4Dj7f0p1

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  • FoxSTI
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    thank you.

    anyone else?

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  • Lincoln Logs
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    I've had zero issues with E85 compatible rubber. I have been running E85 exclusively in my HPDE car for 3 1/2 years with it.

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