@Cory McCloskey I have two Blazecuts installed. One is hung off of the firewall just in front of the fan shroud and below the hinge mounts and is long enough (3'?) to curve around past the sides around the carburetors by 6" - 8" or so - All of my fuel delivery is behind the shroud, fuel pump in the car nose. I hung it with insulated electrical clamps to the firewall, one end is exposed a little more because that end has the pressure gauge in it.
The other Blazecut is another 3 footer wrapped around my BN-2 gas heater up in the nose of the car. It's the 3/4" white hose attached to the wall of the frunk below. Used the same insulated electrical clamps to hold it in place and bent it to the confines of the battery well.
IIRC, Blazecut tubes are normally 6' and 9' long. If you can find the space for a six footer, then go for it - Just wrap it all around the whole engine compartment and find a way to glue it to the inside of the body in back - clamps on the front and sides will support most of the weight and no big deal if it overlaps. If you need a shorter one (not listed on their website) then contact Blazecut to see if they'll pop one or two out (it'll be the same price as a 6').
Be aware that these tubes don't like to bend much. The best to hope for is a 6"-ish radius in the corners.