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Tuesday Tech Question presented by Evans Coolant



I’m building a rear engine dragster for Super Comp and one of my crew members said that he thought my brake line needed to be run inside of tubing where it passes the engine.  Is this correct?  I will be using steel braided brake line.




No, that is not correct.  In the 2019 NHRA Rulebook, section 21 General Regulations, page 16-17, 3:1 Brakes it reads “All brake lines on any rear-engine car must be protected inside tubing or be braided steel construction where they pass the engine.”