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Thread: Upgraded fuel rail

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    Default Upgraded fuel rail

    Anybody use billet fuel rails with a TRUCK manifold?
    The BBK's are the only ones that specify they work with the truck manifolds, the rest only list car applications.
    I think I have enough injector and fuel pump to run E85 so I'm gonna get bigger rails to eliminate the small crossover and finish out the fuel system.
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    You can weld AN fittings onto the stock rails and make the crossover as big as you want with braided lines. Might cost $15 vs however many $$ hundreds a billet setup will end up.

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    I dont trust myself to weld something with fuel.
    Wanna do a set?
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    I did already. Didn't actually weld it, brazed it with silver and flux. Piece of cake, just like soldering a copper water line but twice as hot.

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    Glad to see more people try E85. I have been using it going on 5 years and love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darell View Post
    I did already. Didn't actually weld it, brazed it with silver and flux. Piece of cake, just like soldering a copper water line but twice as hot.
    I mean do you want to do another set...for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by kurupt17 View Post
    Glad to see more people try E85. I have been using it going on 5 years and love it

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    Just curious how many miles u get to a tank on e85.
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    Miles or smiles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamsredlines View Post
    I mean do you want to do another set...for me
    No problem, just drive north 2000 miles and drop them off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETHAL HEMI View Post
    Just curious how many miles u get to a tank on e85.
    I think it was around 300 miles to a tank.

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    392 stroker
    Fastman ported TB
    Frank Racing custom stroker cam, 231/235
    Superchips 3815 Stacked with SCT
    Motive 4.56's
    Summit underdrive pulley
    Pacesetter longtube headers
    Awaiting Circle D 3400 T

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