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WTB Allante Fuel Rails? by Spadesluck
Started on: 09-17-2020 08:05 PM
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Last post by: Raydar on 10-11-2020 07:16 PM
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I need the fuel rail setup for the allante intake. I know its a long shot, but figured I would try here first.
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Be sure they come with the inlet fitting. I've never seen a fitting like that, anywhere else.
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Be sure they come with the inlet fitting. I've never seen a fitting like that, anywhere else.


Trust me, I know all to well. Found out I did not get all my fuel rail parts with my intake setup. Which is how I know how hard this stuff is to come by. Good news is I was able to locate the parts I need with the help of fellow Fiero enthusiasts!
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Originally posted by Spadesluck:


Trust me, I know all to well. Found out I did not get all my fuel rail parts with my intake setup. Which is how I know how hard this stuff is to come by. Good news is I was able to locate the parts I need with the help of fellow Fiero enthusiasts!


Not to get to far off the subject matter but I have seen LT1 fuel rails that look extremely similar to the 4.5L/4.9L rails but have easier hook up fittings. Just need to measure the injector spacing next time I hit the junk yard. I wonder if anyone else has notices this?.

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Originally posted by Spadesluck:

Trust me, I know all to well. Found out I did not get all my fuel rail parts with my intake setup. Which is how I know how hard this stuff is to come by. Good news is I was able to locate the parts I need with the help of fellow Fiero enthusiasts!


Excellent. Good show.

 
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Not to get to far off the subject matter but I have seen LT1 fuel rails that look extremely similar to the 4.5L/4.9L rails but have easier hook up fittings. Just need to measure the injector spacing next time I hit the junk yard. I wonder if anyone else has notices this?.



That's interesting. Thanks for that. Maybe another source/substitute for pieces made of "unobtainium" - or almost.

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I have acquired some Allante fuel lines thanks to a fellow Fiero enthusiast! We made sure they had all the bits and pieces I need as well.

Dennis, by all means do just that if you find yourself in another junk yard. ha
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I have acquired some Allante fuel lines thanks to a fellow Fiero enthusiast! We made sure they had all the bits and pieces I need as well.



Excellent!
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