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Stock vs aftermarket fuel rails

This is a discussion on Stock vs aftermarket fuel rails within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; How many of you have aftermarket fuel rails? What brand? Cost? Satisfied? You know, the usual questions. Also, what did ...

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    Stock vs aftermarket fuel rails

    How many of you have aftermarket fuel rails? What brand? Cost? Satisfied? You know, the usual questions.

    Also, what did you need to hook it up to the stock fuel supply line?

    I'm considering installing the FAST aluminum fuel rails, but I want to get some feedback regarding all aftermarket rails. Thanks in advance.

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    I run the LS1speed rails on my FAST.
    Probably would go with stockers if I did it again.

    I used a T at the back of the intake to feed both sides evenly.

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    What kind of connector did you use to hook it to the supply line? I assume you had a connector from the supply line, then a line from the connector to the T.

    Oh yeah, where'd you get your LS1speed rails? How much? Can you post a pic of the rails or a link to a site with a pic?

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    Forgot to ask, why would you go with stockers if you did it again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorSS View Post
    Forgot to ask, why would you go with stockers if you did it again?
    Save me $220.
    Used Earls line fittings.

    Right now, I am still looking for a good way to get a connector on the stock lines. Using fuel line clamp for now. Held fine so far...3500 miles/8 months.
    Might take it to a shop for that. Just to make sure.



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    i had the corvette ones but made for my ss and i was not all hapy so off they went lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 600rwhpSS View Post
    i had the corvette ones but made for my ss and i was not all hapy so off they went lol
    Don't all the LS1s have the same stock fuel rails? You mean to tell me that the ones in the 'vette are different?

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    No one but Mr. Luos has aftermarket fuel rails here? C'mon, there must be at least a few that do.

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