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Old January 19th, 2015, 01:47 PM
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Well, there you go. Thanks John.
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Just keep in mind the fuel pumps put out a lot of pressure, so make sure the piping is able to handle it.
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Old January 22nd, 2015, 11:38 AM
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How much pressure? Apparently a selection of Goodyears Fluoroelastomer fuel injection hoses are B100 resistant and rated to 100 PSI. Would that be enough?

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I had a brief look and I can't see anywhere that Webasto states the pump pressure. On other larger units they state 150 psi. Why not just use the normal tubing that comes with the heaters? I assume it is nylon, which is BD compatible, is very low cost and will happily do 1000 psi.
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My kit was put together by a forum member and it it had a Nitrile fuel line which is not B100 compatible. I'm thinking about going with the Gates Barricade. Do you think that would would be a good candidate?
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