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Old 12-29-2007, 08:05 PM
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If I could make a dual inlet aluminum fuel rail that used the stock FPR, what would it be worth to you all? $100.00?

Going to purchase some materials and build one, then add up the cost to see if it would be worth my time to make some for everyone interested. That said I just need to get a good idea what the market would be for it.
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No. Do a search this **** has been gone over about 4 times in the last 6 months.
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I read a couple different threads about a 200$ machined piece that would require an aftermarket pressure regulator that nobody would want to buy.. So I'm interested in seeing if anyone would be interested in a cheaper solution to use the stock FPR.
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I'm interested in one for a 99 motor. Don't be a bitch.
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Read the tuner toys discussion about it. That thread pretty much died and hasn't been resurrected. It has good info about everyones opinions though.
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there's 3 different head castings that each require a different rail, makes it tough for a shadetree guy
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I have both a 1.6 and 1.8 94-97 rail.. if I can get a 99-05 rail I might be able to make a couple for that too.

Can also powdercoat them too.
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Originally Posted by elesjuan View Post
I have both a 1.6 and 1.8 94-97 rail.. if I can get a 99-05 rail I might be able to make a couple for that too.

Can also powdercoat them too.
want mine?
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