What is the ID of 3/8 fuel line?

What is the ID of 3/8 fuel line?

LDR Industries Fuel Line, 3/8 in. I.D., 516 F385 at Tractor Supply Co.

What size hose clamps for 3/8 fuel line?

HPS 100% Stainless Steel 3/8″ Fuel Injection Hose Clamp (SAE # 15) with effective size range 35/64″ – 5/8″ (14mm – 16mm) are perfect for fuel lines and small diameter hoses. Better corrosion resistance compared to the standard zinc plated clamps. Smooth interiors prevent the clamp cutting the hose.

What size is number 8 fuel line?

For example: a 3/8″ standard hose equals -6 AN. The line drawings below depict actual sizes of the various common AN thread sizes by dash number….Russell Performance Technical Support.

AN Size Metal Tube O.D. Thread Size
-5 AN 5/16″ 1/2″ – 20 SAE
-6 AN 3/8″ 9/16″ – 18 SAE
-8 AN 1/2″ 3/4″ – 16 SAE

What size is fuel line hose?

Fuel Hose Sizes

AN Size Tube or Hose OD Tube or Hose ID
-6 3/8” .297”
-8 1/2” .391”
-10 5/8” .484”
-12 3/4” .609”

What is the ID of 5/16 fuel line?

Universal Fuel Line – 3/16″ ID x 5/16″ OD, Sold by the Foot

Inside Diameter 3/16 Inch
Outside Diameter 5/16 Inch
Type Fuel Tank Line

Can you use hose clamps on fuel injection?

Fuel injection clamps are designed to provide the uniform sealing pressure required of fuel injection hoses. Features a solid band with rolled edges and a special nut and bolt design. Feature a solid band with rolled edges and a special nut and bolt design.

How much horsepower can 3/8 fuel line support?

A 3/8”id fuel line can easily support 600 HP given sufficient “pump head”! Given a big enough pump a 3/8” steel line could support 1000 HP. The simple way to know is to install an electronic fuel pressure gauge. If the pressure falls as the engine RPM’s go up you need more pump head.

What happens if a fuel line is too small?

If the fuel lines are too small, the engine may starve for fuel. If a high-performance electric fuel pump is used, the pump can be damaged if the fuel pump supply system allows the fuel pump to starve for fuel. If the fuel lines are too big, you may lose fuel pressure during hard acceleration.