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By Theunnamed1
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I’ve started making high flow fuel rails for the 4 cylinder and 3 cylinder engines.

They are polished aluminum with your choice of AN-6 or ⅜ barb fittings on both ends for a return style fuel system or I can plug one end for a dead head system.

Accepts the standard 11mm injectors and most other import style 11mm injectors like the DSM blue tops pictured.

Will Include adjustable/removable mounting brackets for different height injectors.

$150 shipped in the continental u.s.

I stand behind the product quality and will fix any issues. However, don’t expect me to diagnose or help you set up this fuel rail in your car. If you buy one I expect you to know what’s necessary to use it.

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By GT4LIFE
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I don’t have a need at the moment, but it is nice to know someone is still making anything for these cars. Now I cannot remember which year(s) of swift gt(i) had the smaller fuel rail.
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GT4LIFE wrote:

I don’t have a need at the moment, but it is nice to know someone is still making anything for these cars. Now I cannot remember which year(s) of swift gt(i) had the smaller fuel rail.

Smaller or not, they both have permanently attached regulators that will limit fuel flow. This will allow you to use an externally adjustable regulator.
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