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This is a discussion on Help! within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; I have the chance to buy some Ligenfelter fuel rails for my firebird. They are in like new condition and ...

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    I have the chance to buy some Ligenfelter fuel rails for my firebird. They are in like new condition and the guy wants $175. Is this a good deal? Should I make an offer?image.jpgClick image for larger version. 

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    According to their website, they only sell one set of fuel rails and they're only $196 new....so if they're the same ones you can decide on your own if you think that's a good deal or not.
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    I am not sure if those will fit. Here is what they have to look like to fit on an F-body:


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    Didn't see the photo before. I agree. I thought you meant fuel rails, not covers.

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    LS1 (or C5) fuel rail covers like Jeff Posted are the ones you want. LS2 and up will not clear our engine bay on the passenger side. As you can see in Jeff's pic there is some trimming done in order for them to sit down right.

    I picked up a used set for $60, made the trims, filled in the Corvette, sand and painted them for another $30 in materials. Had them for 4 years till I installed my FAST intake and then sold them for $80.

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