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This is a discussion on Corvette fuel rail covers within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I like the look of the corvette frc's. Do you have to modify them to fit a Camaro LS1? How ...

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    Corvette fuel rail covers

    I like the look of the corvette frc's. Do you have to modify them to fit a Camaro LS1? How do they mount? Thanks!

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    you havr to cut for the fuellines the vettes only need one cut but the f bods need 2, and maybe a little trimming to fit over the throttle linkage...
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    Look e-bay and buy the precut ones.

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    Yes, you have to modify them to fit.
    Or modify the hell out of your car to make them fit.
    Do what ever is easiest for you.

    They attach to the fuel rail tube across the top of the manifold with built in c-clips in the plastic covers. They also attach to the small metal posts sticking up off the coil packs.

    You have many options, ...
    1) Buy a set form your local GM dealer for about $65-100 for the pair, depening on who you deal with. Or find them from sponsors on the website forums for about $50-60. Then you need to start looking at all the photos of the units that have been cut to fit & start you own cutting. Work your way into slowly, as it's pretty tough to add material back on to it if you cut too much.
    #12556455, Right Side Fuel Rail Cover
    #12559261, Left Side Fuel Rail Cover
    These are the units with the two slots already in them. This is the best starting application. Do not buy the 99-up units with only one slot.

    2) Buy a set that's already pre-cut for you. Make a couple small modifications under the hood & snap them in place. Shouldn't take but about 15 minutes to install for someone with some mechanical aptitude. Shold cost you about $90-110.

    3) Order custom units that will blend with your plan under the hood. Painted to match the body color, or contrasting if you like. With decals of the vehicle type. These will cost you anwhere from $210-240+ depending on options. Been there, done that. Many times over, ..., for other people.

    Good Luck, ...

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