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I've been in the process of building up my '74 Saab 99LE for a while..but I keep getting distracted with mods to my '88 900 Turbo street car. Anyway, this weekend, I'll be back on it it. Question is:

Can someone confirm to me that hard brake lines inside the car for fuel lines will be sufficient to meet the regulations?
 

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>I've been in the process of building up my '74 Saab 99LE for
>a while..but I keep getting distracted with mods to my '88
>900 Turbo street car. Anyway, this weekend, I'll be back on
>it it. Question is:
>
>Can someone confirm to me that hard brake lines inside the
>car for fuel lines will be sufficient to meet the
>regulations?

Form the rules at http://www.carsrally.ca/2004/documents/Section_2e.pdf :

If fuel lines are re-routed through the passenger compartment, they shall be in compliance with the following:
(i) Shall incorporate a metallic casing. (If the metallic casing is not exterior to the line, a verifiable sample must be presented at scrutineering.)
(ii) Shall have a minimum of 200 psi rating. If fuel lines are routed through the passenger compartment by the manufacturer, it is recommended that they be in compliance with this section.

Adrian
 
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