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Old 08-27-2008, 04:46 AM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with them?
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Old 08-27-2008, 09:23 AM   #2
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I own one. Looks cool on my desk.
One day I'll even install it.
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I have one, Its huge. Becareful when tightening the fpr bolts.
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I have one. I went through 2 sets of O-rings while trying to get it in. It's a very tight fit so you'll need to put them in slowly. You also have to use a water based lube or the rubber O-rings will swell and get crushed during installation.
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KY ftw. If you want to really give your new rail a thrill use the warming jel.
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The TT fuel rail is a bitch to install,due to it's massive size.

When ordering the TT rail,don't order it with any fittings,the fittings they give you are way to big to fit the OEM sized fuel lines.
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Which fittings did you use?
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^ I helped a friend install his TT rail,I went to a hydraulic hose & fittings store,brought a sample of the fuel line and the TT rail,told then I need 2 90 degree fittings.
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I have mine installed, and it fit perfectly. No issues at all. Well done piece for the 1.6l motor.

Top notch part!!!
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