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Old 06-08-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default M-Tuned.com/ETD High Flow Fuel Rail - 94-04 Miata 1.8

The time is here to step up and purchase your dual feed rail at a great intro price before the prices goes up!

M-Tuned Miata Fuel Rail 1994-2004
- Billet Aluminum High Flow Dual Feed Fuel Rail
- Direct bolt on for your Miata BP series engine
- One Rail fits 1994-2004. Great if you decided to upgrade your old cylinder head to a new 99+ head.
- 3/8" NPT Female thread on each end. (allowed a larger bore)
- CNC Machined from Billet 6061 Aluminum and anodized black.
- Our past experience with high horsepower Miatas shows that you need to supply your engine with higher fuel capacity and flow. Give yourself Piece of Mind when Turbo or Supercharging your Miata!
- Larger Internal Bore than any other 1.8 Fuel rail offered.
- Expected delivery on July 7, 2008
- Buy now and get one of the first batch! Delay and you might miss the chance for a $99 Rail.

- This *IS* the last Miata Fuel Rail you will ever buy!


Normally $129
INTRODUCTORY PRICE $99


To Order please visit Http://www.M-Tuned.com

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Yes Folks! This rail fits all 1.8 engines. The model was tested on a 95 and a 99 this weekend and then pickup up by the CNC owner to start producing them.

Email me at [email protected] or reply here if you have questions.
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One Rail fits 1994-2005. Great if you decided to upgrade your old cylinder head to a new 99+ head.
Marc, has this actually been tested on all 3 generations? I'm having an extremely tough time believing this to be true. Also, where is the snubber flange located?

I just hope you've done your homework. If not, send me one and I'll test fit on all 3 miata BPs.
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Marc, has this actually been tested on all 3 generations? I'm having an extremely tough time believing this to be true. Also, where is the snubber flange located?

I just hope you've done your homework. If not, send me one and I'll test fit on all 3 miata BPs.
It has been tested on a 94-97 and 99-00. The 01-04 intake is a little different, but the space we need for the rail is the same and it will fit!

Where is the snubber? Top Secret right now, but in a much better place + you have the option of using it, or not using it on either your 99-05 or even adding it on a 94-97.

I knew people would have a hard time believing this, but we knew it could be done and did it!

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It has been tested on a 94-97 and 99-00. The 01-05 intake is a little different, but the space we need for the rail is the same and it will fit!
False and dangerous assumption. The 01 head casting is radically different, with the big differences in the front.

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Where is the snubber? Top Secret right now, but in a much better place + you have the option of using it, or not using it on either your 99-05 or even adding it on a 94-97.
What? The pulse dampener is not "optional" in returnless cars, and the FPR is not "optional" in the return cars. And proper placement of the port is potentially critical for clearancing the head in motor/head swapped cars

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I knew people would have a hard time believing this, but we knew it could be done and did it!
Marc, I'm wishing you guys the best of luck and worlds of success. I want the product to work out, and I need one for my new motor. But I have to tell ya I'm having a real hard time believing in your product. Your claims are bold, and so far your proof is non existent.
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The price is good, but I'm pretty pissed that you are offering this for sale with no pictures and answering questions with "Top Secret right now".

I also find the blind allegiance from most members here a bit strange because as a group, the mt.net guys are usually pretty savy when it comes to examining new products before giving the thumbs up.
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False and dangerous assumption. The 01 head casting is radically different, with the big differences in the front.
Don't worry.. The spot we need will fit! If someone buys one with a 01-05 and it does not fit, they will get a full refund with no questions asked. We are not worried.

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What? The pulse dampener is not "optional" in returnless cars, and the FPR is not "optional" in the return cars. And proper placement of the port is potentially critical for clearancing the head in motor/head swapped cars
You right... Not a problem at all in regards to clearancing with a 99 head on an older motor. (Rail has options) I agree that I would not omit the snubber. But the option is there if someone wants to.

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Marc, I'm wishing you guys the best of luck and worlds of success. I want the product to work out, and I need one for my new motor. But I have to tell ya I'm having a real hard time believing in your product. Your claims are bold, and so far your proof is non existent.
The proof is that we test fitted on a 94-97 and my 2000 this weekend with the model. ETD has been in busy for over 10 years and stands behind their product. I'd show you more info, but we have been screwed before we people copying us and coming to market before on one of our K-Tuned innovative products.

People can buy once the first run is complete, but I can't guarantee the $99 price tag.
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The price is good, but I'm pretty pissed that you are offering this for sale with no pictures and answering questions with "Top Secret right now".
We are not going to show you the raw aluminum model which was done on a manual mill with corrections as it is not pretty. We don't want to spin off one rail to get approval as the CNC guys will charge the same setup fee for 1 rail or 100.

We stand behind our product, and if it does not fit you will get a refund. TRUST ME this is the last rail you will EVER buy. I've been in the Miata world for years, and innovated and had so many firsts with a Miata. Most still don't make over 500hp on a 1.8 Miata and I did that 6 years ago.
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vishnu's rail is 99-04 compatible. dont know if it fit the earlier cars.

does this rail come with any mounting hardware or lines? is that a future option?

what blind allegiance?
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Ordered 5 because whynot.
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vishnu's rail is 99-04 compatible. dont know if it fit the earlier cars.

does this rail come with any mounting hardware or lines? is that a future option?
No lines or mounting hardware. John and I have talked about lines in the future, but more concerned with getting this and a few other products to market first. I actually harassed him to get this done first.

We have merged a 94-97 together with a 99-04 and made it work. I'm quite surprised I'm getting all the slack over this. I've been known to stand behind my word for years.

Buy it at $99 now, or $129 later. You have the ETD reputation backing the product.
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No lines or mounting hardware. John and I have talked about lines in the future, but more concerned with getting this and a few other products to market first. I actually harassed him to get this done first.

We have merged a 94-97 together with a 99-04 and made it work. I'm quite surprised I'm getting all the slack over this. I've been known to stand behind my word for years.

Buy it at $99 now, or $129 later. You have the ETD reputation backing the product.
some thread in barbed fittings for rubber fuel hose would be nice as extra cost options. I'm sure the vast majority of people will run it that way. I'd rather toss in another $5 and have it shipped in 1 package than have to track them down locally--matter of convenience, but certainly no deal breaker.

You're getting a little resistance because you've made some bold claims and not offered any proof. "Trust me because I say it works even though I haven't tried all the combinations" is not proof of concept. Now I have purchased something from you before--once if not twice--with extremely positive results. I have no grudge, no hidden motive, and do not harbor or wish to spread ill-will. Your reputation is good with me. ETD's rep is good in the community. But I think you're doing yourself, the product, and ETD a disservice with this particular marketing strategy.
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Now I have purchased something from you before--once if not twice--with extremely positive results. I have no grudge, no hidden motive, and do not harbor or wish to spread ill-will. Your reputation is good with me. ETD's rep is good in the community. But I think you're doing yourself, the product, and ETD a disservice with this particular marketing strategy.
I hear ya Ben, but I personally TESTED IT on a 94-97 and a 99-00 (My own car). We are certain it will fit an 01-04. We did our homework and took measurements from a 2001 car, but could not get it in the shop on Saturday to test the model. Come on folks.. ETD did not start doing this yesterday. They are putting a lot of money to make a run of these in order to get the Intro price you wanted. Don't you think they would be certain? They don't want a bunch of scrap aluminum.

$99 for the intro. $129 if you wait.
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Bought mine.
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Ben, I'd trust ETD to fix the situation if someone bought one and it didn't fit.
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I'm def in on this one, gotta love supporting a local canuck shop too
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Thanks for the support folks.. You will love this rail! Tell your friends about the intro price, as I am not expecting the first batch to last long at $99

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It seems that a few different brands of fuel rails are about to hit the streets at the same time, and this is a clever way to make sure people buy this rail. ETD may not be the first to release the rail, but ETD sure as hell will be the first to take people's money. Something to think about guys.

Mkulak, it doesn't sound like you work for ETD or M-Tuned.com, so I am going to guess this is a clever way for them to get out of sponsoring the forum. They can't help if a loyal customer is talking up their great introductory price right?

Sorry to **** in your thread, but you **** in my inbox with your SPAM message. Not cool.
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