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Old 06-03-2008, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default Press Release: Billet Fuel Rail for 94-97 Miata - $99

It is Official - ETD Racing/M-Tuned is ready to offer their Billet Dual Feed fuel rail for the 94-97 BP 1.8 Miata.

We will be ready to start taking orders on Monday, with an expected delivery of 3-4 weeks.

The Fuel rail will be similar to popular billet rails, but will be offered at an Introductory price of $99 + 10 shipping! When buy another rail, when you can have this billet piece for under $100!

I will provide you ordering instructions by Monday!
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pics??
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pics??
No Picuture.. Rail has gone into production.. I can try and get a picture of the 3D model but no 100% promises.

Rail with be BLACK anodized with 1/4 NPT threaded ports.
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pics of the model would be nice. i'd like to see the location of the FPR flange. what about fittings? I'd suppose most would need 1/4 npt to barbed for rubber lines.
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Stock location for the fpr/snubber port on the 99 rail. 1/4 NPT Ports. No Fittings included. You can purchase some $2 Brass fittings or go all out with Earls AN fittings.
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Rails will be Black Anodized with 1/4" NPT threaded ports.
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I will be standing by to hit the Pay Now button.
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I will be standing by to hit the Pay Now button.


Hells yeah!!
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Where the **** is Hustler?????
He should be wiping the jizz off his screen and posting here asap...
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Yeah, model pics would be awesome. I wonder where all the ports are....
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Im down, soon as i get over buying suspension
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Stock location for the fpr/snubber port on the 99 rail. 1/4 NPT Ports. No Fittings included. You can purchase some $2 Brass fittings or go all out with Earls AN fittings.
Sounds cool. Hope that a FPR fits on the rail in place of the damper without hitting the cyl head (for 99 head retrofits on NAs).
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Sounds cool. Hope that a FPR fits on the rail in place of the damper without hitting the cyl head (for 99 head retrofits on NAs).
Wait and see.... Should have a solution for that also....
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compare to the vishnu at $600,000...
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compare to the vishnu at $600,000...

Hey now,I had to pay $600,000 for the Vishnu fuel rail cause a cheaper route was not available at the time.

Big thumbs up for the people coming out with cheaper alternatives.
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Well, I'm jumping ship to the ETD rail like the rest of the rats.
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im in...let me know whats up!!!
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Hey now,I had to pay $600,000 for the Vishnu fuel rail cause a cheaper route was not available at the time.

Big thumbs up for the people coming out with cheaper alternatives.
hey now my vishnu rail's been in for like 5 yrs.
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I ended up with a FFS simply because nothing else was on the market at the time :(
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