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Old 09-13-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
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I bought this from a member here last winter and it was not the right one for my head. Since it was my clueless mistake, I didn't bitch and ate it. Here it is for sale again. I have a 99/2000 BP4W head so if you have the other 1.8 head this will work for you but if you aren't sure, please confirm the pics with someone or ask for offset measurements, etc. $60 shipped.







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The brackets hit the valve cover gasket rail, correct?
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The fuel injector ports are closer to the top of the head on the 99+ heads, but Mazda kept the mounting bolts in the same location. So you have move the mounting holes closer to the fuel rail (see the M-Tuned with 2 sets of mounting holes).
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The fuel injector ports are closer to the top of the head on the 99+ heads, but Mazda kept the mounting bolts in the same location. So you have move the mounting holes closer to the fuel rail (see the M-Tuned with 2 sets of mounting holes).
^^ This is what I didn't understand when I bought this. I have a BP4W head and this rail will not work on it. Otherwise it is a nice piece.
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