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    Check out my DIY RRFPR and fuel rail pics.

    So here's my $60 budget rrprr/eBay AN fittings and hose. And a eBay rrfpr that I took apart rebuilt and powder coated....
    Also machined up fuel rail for known reason! Lol

    Lmk what u guys think!?!?
    Waste of time????





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    First of all I like it great creativity. This is fun a hobby and its our toys you did a fantastic job and looks great. The most important thing which most people over look is you put the regulator after the rail. I can't see with the pictures the fuel comming to the rail is it regulated or straight in? You want it straight in and regulated on exit if not. This allows you to atleast know what your fuel pressure is after your injectors and provides a more constant and steady pressure to and or at them

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    Looks good....One question....How did you drill the holes for the injectors? Did you use metric drill bit, or standard drill bit?

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    Where did you get your fuel rail from? Looks like I need one myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    First of all I like it great creativity. This is fun a hobby and its our toys you did a fantastic job and looks great. The most important thing which most people over look is you put the regulator after the rail. I can't see with the pictures the fuel comming to the rail is it regulated or straight in? You want it straight in and regulated on exit if not. This allows you to atleast know what your fuel pressure is after your injectors and provides a more constant and steady pressure to and or at them
    thanks shrabber! and you are correct i have it plumbed straight from the fuel pump-fuel rail-rrfpr-return to tank

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    Looks good....One question....How did you drill the holes for the injectors? Did you use metric drill bit, or standard drill bit?
    Thanks Danny! I commend you for all the rails you build! I didn't realize how much went into building one....I took me a month working on it for 30 mins a day on my lunch break....lol....mainly just measuring, and re measuring... haha
    I did it all on a mill at work. I actually used 2 different bits and then counter sunk the edges. I used a smaller bit for the complete drill through and to make a "shelf" for the injector butt up against, then drilled the again for the oring to seal on..... To be honest I dont remember what size they were though... I can pull it apart and re measure it for you if you want though. (just let me know and I can post pics and dimensions)


    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    Where did you get your fuel rail from? Looks like I need one myself?
    as beerdart mentioned below rossmachineracing.com
    Great guys to work with!


    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Correct BDart!!!
    I ordered -6,-8,and -10!
    Not sure what im gonna do with it now...lol

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    The -6 is perfect size for 9/19 SAE straight o-ring fitting.

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    Looks good man

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    It looks like you mounted the rrfpr to the engine. You may want to reconsider moving it to the hull to prevent engine vibrations from shaking the internals of the rrfpr shortening its life and ability to regulate

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    I know this is an old thread but, I am actually looking to make the same the same thing, but I can already tell this will be a lot of work, well lots of measuring. Lol Before I start on this. Is there anyone out there that sells a setup like this, (regulator after the fuel rail then return to tank)? The only complete fuel rail I have found is the Riva one, but that one doesn't appear to be a pass through fuel rail.

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