it's inverted flare. make sure you hold the tee with a wench while removing so you don't bend the mounting bracket.Does the fitting (Ricardo metric to either -3 or -4) require and special sealing washers?
I was just reading something that says metric to AN ususually needs some type of o-ring or sealing washer. Don't want to pull it off until I know what to expect, hehe.
Clutch line question time - would it be a really bad idea to run braided AN hose from the front to rear of the car for clutch (-4an or 1/4'')? I know it's bad to do with brakes (something like heat expanding the fluid?), but what about clutch?
Also, are there any general rules with regards to hardline vs braided AN line with clutch? For example, keep the AN line sizes down to a bare minimum unless you want to experience clutch slipping and other problems?
the clutch does not have as high a pressure as the brakes. you could run braided all the way. the clutch slippage is caused by to small a line. with a small line there is a lag time from when you let the clutch out untill the pressure bleeds of on the slave cylinder. on a hard launch the clutch does not grab quik enough and slips. it is the same as letting out the clutch slowly and the clutch will slip until all the way out. Fran uses 1/4" line