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50' 1/4"id / 6mm Fast Flow Fuel Line For Cycle/atv/jetski/snowmobile/cart Orange on

US $29.99

Rapid River, Michigan, United States

Rapid River, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Country of Manufacture:United States Brand:Fast Flow Fuel Line Manufacturer Part Number:FL14

50 Feet of 1/4” Fast Flow Fuel Line

Neon Orange

 1/4" (6mm) inside diameter, 3/8" (9.5mm) outside diameter


Fast Flow Fuel Line is a high performance product designed for even the most extreme motorsports conditions. It is transparent, which allows you to see fuel flowing through the line. This line is a great improvement over the other colored lines available.

Engineered and Manufactured in the USA

Applications: Jet Skis, Snowmobiles, Motorcycles, Go Carts, ATVs, Boats, Waverunners, Mini-bikes, Snow Blowers, Moto-cross Bikes, Scooters, Snowblowers, Go-Peds 

Reliability: This line has been used for over 30 years on top race machines. 

Conditions: Withstands temperatures from -65F to 223F without deterioration. 

Cleaning: Just wipe with a clean rag and rubbing alcohol. 

Strong: Kink and abrasion resistant. It will not harden or crack even under extreme use. 

Flexible: It can bend up to 90 degrees in 2 inches without affecting fuel flow.

Installation: Just use scissors to cut the fuel line to length, secure with a clamp or zip tie.

Fuels: All fuels, including high octane race gas, alcohol and nitro.

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Colors Available: Blue - Neon Orange - Clear – Neon Green - Neon Yellow – Bright Red

Sizes Available: 1/8”id, 1/4”id, and 3/8”id

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