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    what exactly does a fuel rail do and is it worth getting?
    2002 Chevrolet Corvette
    1997 Jeep Cherokee

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    Fuel is pumped through the fuel rail at a high pressure. The fuel rail acts as the mounting rail to hold the injectors in place. You don't need it unless you have got some mad horse

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    why would this be making fun of you? i did not mean it as any kind of pun, i just did not know what it was.
    2002 Chevrolet Corvette
    1997 Jeep Cherokee

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    its all good
    2002 Chevrolet Corvette
    1997 Jeep Cherokee

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    hahahAHAHAHAHA. I think he asked that because he was the one who said "mad loot" in another post. Am I right?
    ITR powered civic hatch: Parted and sold.

    Goodbye Honda.

    '89 240SX
    '01 CBR F4i (FS)

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    nah, i just asked about fuel rails and injectors, i dont know of any 'mad loot'

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    AEM fuel rails are good, the only reason you'd need one is if you have a turbo (to increase pressure with a new regulator. Or with a wet nitrous system. It has auxillary (SP) holes for ther nitrous line. Good so you don't have tor drill the manifold like direct port.

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