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    Billet fuel rails for SHO?

    Coming from the SeaDoo background it seemed that everyone would run the custom fuel rail which is available by several folks/companies, yet there is nothing out there for the SHO motor and there is no info on it either? Why is this? Wouldn't it be more beneficial to be able to have a custom fuel rail with the regulator and gauge after the rail to give a better even flow across all injectors? Seems that by the time it gets back to the last injector it would get the least amount of fuel.

    I just find it odd that there is not much on fueling information for these motors. Again on the SeaDoo forums there is all sorts of info on injectors and fueling.
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    Bump. I also always wanted to know this. I saw rossnemo had one and that's about it.

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    Danny built my fuel rail for my SHO conversion. Real nice job! Not sure if he still makes them or not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    Danny built my fuel rail for my SHO conversion. Real nice job! Not sure if he still makes them or not....
    Yup, Danny still does make them and seems to be the only one I found to make them. They are priced extremely reasonable too. Here is the link I found while searching this topic. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=128593
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterholics View Post
    Bump. I also always wanted to know this. I saw rossnemo had one and that's about it.
    Yeah, I asked Ross about his and he pointed me in the direction on what he did, but you have to have the right drill bits, drill press, tap sets, welder, powdercoat, etc. By the time you do that you will have vested a lot more money than buying one and it may not be done right, so the ones from Danny are the way to go. It is a fuel rail, I dont want fuel pouring everywhere...

    Just wonder why more people havent gone this rout. I will certainly be installing one and changing my fuel lines. You may not see a speed gain or maybe you will, but just knowing all the injectors are getting equal pressure, just makes sense to me.
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    YUP, I still make them

    I'll be making a batch after the 1st of the year................if anyone is interested

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    Yup, I'll be interested. Thanks

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    Do these use AN fittings or stock fittings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterholics View Post
    Do these use AN fittings or stock fittings?
    In his other thread he states they are tapped for fittings that are 1/8 27 so you can get the AN adapter.

    I'll be ordering one this week. When it arrives I will be swapping out to AN fittings and the black braided line. That will also get rid of any hose clamps, which is another reason why I like this. Again, just seems odd that there arent more of them or maybe folks just havent posted their info? Like I mentioned before it was one of the first things people did on the SeaDoo skis and seems like an all around benefit. I will certainly keep you posted.

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