I've always been under the impression that rubber fuel line should be used as sparingly as possible and NHRA rules stipulate that you can't legally run rubber fuel line in any more than 10" lengths. Is this true or a folklore? If not... I was looking at this hose: http://kmjent.com/ebay/ebay-rd/Fragola_Fittings.html#C1 The 8600 parker blue hose, which is rated to 250 psi and heat/cold resistant far beyond anything I'd subject it to, would be a lot cheaper than the usual braided hose and those push-lok fittings look like a lot more fun to assemble than the normal AN fittings. With an avg fuel pressure of 45 psi, I'd be well below the pressure rating too. Any common sense is greatly appreciated.