I have a hayward booster pump to supplement the normal pump for the polaris pool cleaner that runs an hour each night (probably overkill?). It has since started leaking and I had to bypass it to get it on the workbench. The current connection to the booster pump uses flexible polaris tube that have these goofy plastic snap lock that bind these connections like a constipated gorilla. I was able to get them off, but had to cut on end to do so. Question is - are these the best pipe/tubing option for these booster pumps since they allow for flexing under higher/peak pressure? Or will sched40 PVC be better? I do not look forward to using these dang connectors again, but it they are the best ones for the job then I will move forward with this option.