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  1. Temerian

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    Hi All- I'm looking to replace the two fuel lines which run from the accumulators to the fuel pumps on my 400i series one. The ones I've found on line seem extremely overpriced. Image Unavailable, Please Login Any help would be appreciated. I believe it is part #115605. Thanks.
     
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  3. Steve Magnusson

    Steve Magnusson Two Time F1 World Champ
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    What's "overpriced", and do they actually have some in inventory to sell (or is it just something listed on their website)? My guess would be that doing something aftermarket (like from www.CISFlowTech.com) would be a couple of hundred $ anyway and some time hassle.
     
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  4. Temerian

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    Algar lists them at $150 not in stock. Ferrparts has them at $98.57 also not in stock.
     
  5. Steve Magnusson

    Steve Magnusson Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Unfortunately, a lot of F parts appear in the online F part supplier databases but are really "not in stock" -- and may be "never in stock" ;). The Algar price is maybe a bit high, but, IMO, buying them for the Ferrparts price is a decent-enough value to not hassle with the alternative. You might also try www.ferrariparts.co.uk as their being in Europe puts them closer to your model, and they are (were?) the company that Ferrari assigned to take care of the vintage F parts business. If you can't get these hoses from any F parts supplier, I do suggest that you contact Larry Fletcher at www.CISFlowTech.com to see if he can provide a functional equivalent (send a text to his phone number -- he doesn't do email much). Good Hunting!
     
  6. christc

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    I looked for them and noone was able to deliver them. In the end I had them done by my local hydraulic hose provider. Work fine.

    Christopher
     
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  8. SouthJersey400i

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    If your end fittings are in good shape and reusable, a good hydraulic shop can make the tube with the correct flared ends. Second, if you are willing to use a high pressure Teflon wire braided line Pegasus Racing can make almost anything English or Metric. Be sure ID is same or larger diameter. There turn around is pretty good and customer service is excellent. Call them and send a picture and they will tell you if they can do it or not. Ken
     
  9. Temerian

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    Was able to source from HoseandFittings.com- $45.00 each. Will let you know if correct when I get the hoses in my shop. Rick
     
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  10. SouthJersey400i

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    Did they reuse your end fittings or did they have a match?
     
  11. Steve Magnusson

    Steve Magnusson Two Time F1 World Champ
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    I believe your photo shows more that just 115605 (so I hope you didn't include the threaded coupling in your description of what you need fabricated):
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  13. Temerian

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    Hi Steve- I took the coupling off and it is fine so will re-use. The female ends are M14-1.5 and the overall length is 7". These two items are the last bits with rubber in the fuel system. They don't currently leak but I feel I should make everything ethanol proof.
     

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