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Old 03-19-2008, 03:37 AM
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I found a shop, where I could buy something like this



or that



for my DIY fuel rail. It's made for tube diameters of 8mm (like 5/16").

Any problem with that? I just ask because it looks way simpler than the original solution.

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I'm using one that looks like the lower one. But I doubt it would really matter which one.
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if i had the choice i'd used the top one just cause its easier to route with it...otherwise its all the same.
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Is Schwarzenberg where the black people live?

Oh and it doesnt matter, whichever gives you the better seal.
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Originally Posted by Saml01 View Post
Is Schwarzenberg where the black people live?


No, it's where the russians found enough uranium to build a lot of A-bombs after WW2, because you didn't want us...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Re..._Schwarzenberg



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Yea.... To take over the world.

Its a good thing too, cause now we will... the Jews.

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Btw, just noticed you have a NB with a 1.6. I just read about how mazda produced that engine into the later years in some markets. Does it have the oil port on the block?
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Sorry, I can't help you there, I had my kit installed.

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