I'm using a Jitty-Tite 2000-series drybreak coupler for my main feed line to the throttle body in conjunction with a 12mm Banjo to AN-6 male fittings at fuel pump assembly and throttle body.
I looked at Staubli, Goodridge, etc., and while of excellent quality, they were way, way more expensive than Jitty-Tite.
When I compared prices for Staubli, they were $150 each for AN-6 plug and socket ($300 total), whereas Jiffy-Tite 2000-series AN-6 was $32 for the socket, and $24 for the plug ($56 total).
When using the 12mm Banjo to AN-6 male fitting, I found a clearance issue due to the overall length of the banjo fitting plus drybreak coupler not allowing fitment of the braided hose to the drybreak coupler.
I fitted a 45 degree AN-6 female swivel to male fitting to the banjo fitting to straighten out the bend.
I would prefer not to have to do this, but it is very difficult to locate 12mm banjo to AN fittings, and I had to use what I could locate.
Last edited by SubSailor; 11-23-2016 at 11:58 AM.