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Drothgeb
03-05-2012, 12:27 PM
Does anyone know if the Airdog 1/2" blue push lok is NHRA approved?

2Tone12V
03-07-2012, 08:44 AM
Beats me. Have never looked at nhra rules etc. Wish I could be a better help for you. Possible one of the drag racers here can offer up some info.

1lowdiesel
03-07-2012, 09:03 AM
We use Eaton Hose but it's the same specs as the Parker hose...

Snedge
03-07-2012, 09:03 AM
Lines: All non-OEM fuel lines (including gauge and/or data
recorder lines) must be metallic, steel braided, or NHRA-accepted
“woven or woven-pushlock.” A maximum of 12 inches total (front to
rear) of non-metallic or non-steel braided hose is permitted for
connection purposes only; individual injector nozzle and motorcycle
fuel lines are excluded. Fuel lines (except steel braided lines) in the
flywheel/bellhousing area must be enclosed in a 16-inch length of
steel tubing, 1/8-inch-minimum wall thickness, securely mounted as
a protection against fuel-line rupture. Fuel lines may not be routed
in the driveshaft tunnel. It is mandatory that fuel lines passing
supercharger drive belts be steel braided, NHRA-accepted woven
or woven-pushlock, or be enclosed in protective steel tubing. A
current list of NHRA-accepted woven or woven-pushlock fuel lines
is available on NHRA.com.


http://www.nhra.com/UserFiles/file/Unleashed/2011%20NHRA%20Rulebook%20General%20Regulations%20S ection.pdf

Billyram
09-08-2012, 09:00 PM
Stainless hose is inexpensive and easy to make up. I got rid of the rubber hose years ago after almost not passing tech. Not worth missing a race.
Billy