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Old 04-26-2013, 06:24 PM   #1
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Fuel rail

What's the difference in fuel rails?
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Flow capability amount of pressure it can hold really about it nothing else. You need better rails when running bigger injectors and bigger injectors mean more fuel more pressure so more volume. Thats when doing some research would come in handy on finding what rails flow more volume and capabilities wise
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So as just geting them it won't help at all
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It could help im not saying it wont. Anything is better than stock sometimes depending on what it is. I would do some research on the fuel rails that you are considering on getting and see what they can do. I mean an upgraded fuel rail isnt a bad thing to have
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Ok thanks
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