Fuel pipez for a 306 S16
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    Default Fuel pipez for a 306 S16

    Hello,
    So you know those Peugeots right? I want to replace the last run of the fuel hoses in mine (to the fuel rail) as they're a bit old and short. I went to the local hose place (wow would you look at all those hoses) but they didn't have anything big enough. I've measured the metal pipez on the fuel rail - delivery inside diameter is about 8.5mm, return 6mm, so I guess I need something at least that big for each.

    Where do you get your fuel line? Should I go silicone? Also, what's the correct routing (I'm sure mine's wrong)?

    Also also, vacuum tube? Alternatives to standard hard-when-cold stuff? Silicone?

    Cheers guys

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    EFI hose from ENZED

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    Hey Clippit,

    Check out these guys: seems like the stuff they sell is top quality.

    http://www.eaton.com/EatonCom/Market...lics/index.htm

    The prices are in feet not meters.

    What you got against Hobart!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by owendaniel View Post
    Hey Clippit,

    Check out these guys: seems like the stuff they sell is top quality.

    http://www.eaton.com/EatonCom/Market...lics/index.htm

    The prices are in feet not meters.

    What you got against Hobart!?
    Thanks guys, i'll investigate both of those. Now have a long list of minor things to fix
    I have nothing in particular against Hobart, I just don't live in it.

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    G'day. One of my EFI rubber hoses going to the fuel rail has started a slow leak coming from the join. The hose is stamped 1994 lol. Quite a concern, so staying in the garage?

    How far down do the hoses go down? Do I need to take the right front wheel off to access? Any help would be good.

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    If it's an S16, I don't think so. Should be able to just reach up behind the subframe and find the join.

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