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post #1 of 14 Old 12-18-2006, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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Smile fuel rails

if you have a aftermarket fuel please post pics, thanks

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We have some nice affordable fuel rails that clear all distributors.

http://www.bbkperformance.com/produc...mponents.shtml


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Behind bars race cars fuel rails.
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post #4 of 14 Old 12-22-2006, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Talking nice

the bbk kit looks great, questions are where does the regulator mount?? can i use my aeromotive one?? (the one i am currently using on the oem fuel rail),,

That pic of the motor and everything looks serious, love the upper intake and everything also,, got anymore pics of it??? how about some of the front??
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whats the motor going into??
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The regualtor mounts on the passenger side rail all the way to the back in the same location as stock.

ther is an adapter that attaches to the rail, then the reg. mounts on the adapter

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so does that mean that i can use my oem fuel reglator??
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You can use any regulator that fits the 86-93 bolt pattern.

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Red face bbk would have been a beter idea

that is a really good idea i hope that it works out for my professional products rails i think that i should have done more research

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It was a stock block 308 I built for my 93. I really did not think that the block was up to the task. Sides, the stock block 347 I had before in the car made 650fwhp, and I wanted more, not less. At any rate, I sold the long block with another performer upper and lower that I had sitting, around, I kept the valve covers too. It had TW heads.

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no prob for hijacking it looks great always helps to have pics to get the parts sold
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very nice a 4.6 intake? okay i know that this is a dumb question what kind of fittings are you guys using on the 5th hole (the one for the regulator feed) i was guessing a 90
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