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Old 03-08-2012, 10:23 PM
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Default question regarding replacing stock fuel rails and regulator location

i was thinking of replacing my stock fuel rails.
after some research it appears that i can get new non-stock rails easy enough, but i would have to remote install a regulator?
i have an aftermarket regulator installed on my stock setup, which would be useless if i went with non stock rails?
am i understanding this correctly?

do they have kits for the remote regulator install, or is it a custom diy type of thing?
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keep your stock rails.
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Originally Posted by AdderMk2 View Post
keep your stock rails.
thats what i think is going to happen. now i have to figure out how to get the rust off them.
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Pblaster and a brass bristle brush
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Originally Posted by AdderMk2 View Post
Pblaster and a brass bristle brush
pblaster as in penetrating oil?
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Yes. Let it soak and go to town with said brush. Mine are pretty much chrome like in appearance after I did the above and then buffed with a metal polish.
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...or just get a cleaner set of rails....or just paint them....

either way this is not a tech question and belongs in GD......moved...
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