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Old 03-03-2008, 03:15 PM   #1
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I am looking for a 36" 4AN braided hose. One end to be a 3AN female(for attachment to nozzle) and one end 4AN female. They make and sell them up to 18" typically, but have not seen 3' hose.

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Matt @ Harris Speed Works made me some custom hoses, in fact I just ordered some more; Black on Black -4 AN to finalize my new configuration w/ the NANO.
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i actually just got off the fone with nitro dave about this... when using lines over 24" you will run into a lean spike since nitrous travels faster than fuel. im sure it wont make to much different when going with a small shot but i would look into it. you may need a little longer nitrous line. dont qoute me on this but im sure there are several others that can speak on this topic.
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We can get you the hose you are looking for....feel free to call so we can get exact dimension and the color fitting you are looking for.
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So if the fuel is 36" any formula or rule to make the nitrous longer by a factor?
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i went 6" longer on the nitrous side but im using 26" fuel and 32" nitrous. i will find out if i have a lean spike next week.
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