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Old 07-01-2011, 09:40 PM   #1
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BBK Vs. UPR fuel rails

Worth the the price difference?
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Re: BBK Vs. UPR fuel rails

unless you have a complete fuel system for your car rails will do nothing...they are acutally good to 650 to the tires...
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I appreciate the response but I'm asking about UPR vs. BBK rails. What's the difference between a $60 set Vs $220?
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Re: BBK Vs. UPR fuel rails

quality......
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Lol and the 220$ bbk ones are painted blue : p
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Edelbrock fuel rails!
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Like the guy said above. There is no reason to upgrade your fuel lines at all. They are rated to about 750-800 engine horsepower. Just spend your money on injectors and a fuel pump and your set for almost anything you do with it
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Like the guy said above. There is no reason to upgrade your fuel lines at all. They are rated to about 750-800 engine horsepower. Just spend your money on injectors and a fuel pump and your set for almost anything you do with it
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its recommend to upgrade the fuel rails and the injectors. I'm going with 30lb injectors with the bbl fuel rails. Bbl products never let me down. Great quality and worth all the money

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its recommended to upgrade the fuel rails and the injectors. I'm going with 30lb injectors with the bbk fuel rails. Bbk products never let me down. Great quality and worth all the money
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I had to upgrade my rails for the p-51 and went with CPR rails and couldn't be happier. they're a couple bucks more but they're great quality and will outlast the stang.
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