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    fuel rail

    I need help
    I need to get some new clips that hold the injector in place, but can not find the fuel rail any where on fish in the OEM store.

    Thanks if someone can help me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    I need help
    I need to get some new clips that hold the injector in place, but can not find the fuel rail any where on fish in the OEM store.

    Thanks if someone can help me.

    you gotta look harder man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    you gotta look harder man...

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    I thought i did, thanks Danny.

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    Wonder if a nylon zip-tie would work.

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    the bolts that hold the fuel rail down, and the O-rings "should" be enough

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    I am sure both of your reccomendations will work. I had to order some other stuff so just wanted a few extra as I got one that does not like to cooperate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostaholic View Post
    the bolts that hold the fuel rail down, and the O-rings "should" be enough
    It leaks without the injector clips, the OEM plastic fuel rail will flex under pressure.

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    Hmmm... I've been running my turbo ski without these clips for a while now. The injectors are trapped by the manifold and fuel rail if the rail is bolted down. Not sure how the clips would prevent leaks as long as the top o-ring is in the rail.

    My LT1 had similar clips that I left off also and never had a problem. I always assumed they were for a) so you could pressure up the fuel system without the rail installed on the manifold and b) to hold the injectors in the rail during assembly.

    Mike

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