Supalite Range - For Extreme Motorsport

Reliability, performance, evolution and design: these are all key attributes found at the heart of our SUPALITE range. The ultimate hose for the world's fastest cars, Supalite is at the forefront of fluid transfer technology and innovative design. When first place is the ultimate goal there should be no compromise for the vital lines carrying the lifeblood of your car's performance. Creating our Supalite range commanded years of dedication and expertise to capture the crucial elements required in which to produce the perfect fluid transfer system for both driver and vehicle. Our most advanced, lightest, strongest, and flexible range of smooth bore hose makes Supalite the prominent choice of champions and leading engineers.

Our Supalite hose is over 50% lighter than the stainless steel braided variant (found in both 200 and T9 series) and has an improved bend radius of over 70%. These attributes coupled with its convoluted PTFE lining, collapse resistant inner shell and fire retardant fibre strands provide refined excellence and reliability.

Impeccable flow rates and reduced weight are high on the list of today's automotive engineering demands. To stay ahead of the competition we have developed a range of fittings to complement our Supalite hose. Manufactured to your given specifications and crimped into place our lightweight aluminium fittings provide the ultimate foundations for fast, reliable and efficient fluid delivery throughout your vehicle.



Designed to carry all Fuel, Oil, Coolants, Engine Vapours, Water and Methanol types. Suitable for use in all Fuel Systems, Dry Sump Systems, Oil Breather Lines, Oil feed lines, Catch Tank Lines and Water Lines.


Operating Temperatures

Min -45°C (-49°F) to a maximum of 170°C (338°F)


Available Sizes

  • -6 (9.14mm / 0.36”)
  • -8 (10.92mm / 0.43”)
  • -10 (13.71mm / 0.54”)
  • -12 (16.76mm / 0.66”)
  • -16 (22.1mm / 0.87")

Working Pressure

  • -6 - 250 psi
  • -8 - 250 psi
  • -10 - 250 psi
  • -12 - 250 psi
  • -16 - 250 psi

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