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I've read they are alittle bigger and I can get them cheap, figure they are extra insurance for forced induction combo. Just wondering how they match up/contour to the foxbodies metal lines going down the side of the engine before going rubber. What has been done?
 

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good question, i want to know too
 

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It can be done easily. It just takes a simple reroute of your return line and a slight bending of the feed line. Adam Dugger posted a link to pictures and information on this subject a couple of months ago. Here is the link again:

http://www.duggerracing.com/techtips/rails/index.html

I bought a SN95 fuel rail and a 94-95 Kirban AFPR to do this on my 347 stroker. Now I have an Aeromotive fuel rail instead so if anyone is interested in the SN95 rail and Kirban regulator I might be persuaded to sell it.
 
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