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TBI fuel lines

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by grindkings, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. grindkings

    grindkings 1/2 ton status

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    Okay. I have 91 blaze with a holley intake and holley TBI that i'm putting in. THe original fuel lines to the TBI are bent for the stock setup. But know with this settup the fuel lines arn't bent correct. What should i do.
     
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    bend new ones?:confused:
     
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    How, and how far, off ar the lines?

    If it's the steel sections, you can get or take some bends out of them by hand, as long as it's not some really tight bends in the first place.
     
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    are there any new ones or rubber ones i can buy somewhere?
     
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    It depends what you need.

    I *believe* most of the flex fuel lines GM used in the '80's/90's used the same style fitting. You could peruse a wrecking yard looking at FWD GM cars to see if they have any longer flex lines, that would be one approach I guess.

    No idea what you are going to come up with for a couple of inches. Perhaps someone makes an adapter fitting or something that will serve to lengthen your existing lines.
     

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