As I said in my post, no. My point is that if he had a 90, he would have to take it apart anyway. Why is that any different than if he uses a straight? It can be taken apart either way. Now of course if this flex was in the middle of a conduit run, then for sure the 360 rule would apply, as no matter how you do the conductor install you would be pulling through all the bends. The intent of the 360 rule is to limit the amount of bends the conductor is pulled through while installing, not the total number of bends in the wire after installation.for this installation he used straight LFMC connectors on both ends. So if he has 270 degrees in EMT and a U in the LFMC with straight ends on both ends of the LFMC. would he be in voliation of the 360 rule?