OK, just for you bud. I wrote this from memory, so some of the bolt sizes might be wrong. If you start with a car that hasn't been run in 24 hours, there will be no fuel pressure in the rail, and no fuel will leak out. If the car was run recently, have some towels handy and prepare to stink like fuel.
Remove these four 8mm bolts with a 1/4 drive ratchet to separate the valve from the intake manifold. A 3/8 won't fit in the lower bolts. The bottom forward bolt will not pull out until after the valve has been removed from the mani. Just loosen it all the way and don't drop it.
Push the valve forward and tuck it out of the way. The next item to remove is the breather tube between the intake manifold and cam cover. Use pliers to compress the clamps and remove the tube.
Now you'll remove the fuel pressure regulator from the back end of the fuel rail. It is secured by two 10mm bolts. A ratchet wrench or 3/8 drive ratchet with a swivel socket will work. Remove the bolts then pull the fpr off of the rail. It'll take a little effort to break the seal. A small amount of fuel may come out of the fpr once it's removed so have a rag ready.
Now we remove the two 12 mm bolts which secure the fuel rail with a 3/8 ratchet and standard socket on a short extension. Once they are out, lift out the rail. The injectors will stay with the rail and come away from the motor.
Between the fuel rail and motor are a pair of plastic spacers. Epoxy them into place on the motor at this time.