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  1. SecondhandSnake

    SecondhandSnake Member Established Member

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    What's everyone running for fuel rails, and how do they like them?

    Looking at aftermarket fuel rails I see the only real options for the 03-04s are the Aeromotive and Division X pieces. The Division X ones do appear to have a scallop in the passenger side ones to clear the plenum and studs, but the Aeromotive do not. And they're both multiples of how much the 2V ones are. Has anyone tried running those with fabricated brackets?
     
  2. blwn03sonic

    blwn03sonic venomous motorsports Established Member

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    Fore ftw


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  3. aarons04cobra

    aarons04cobra Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I run the Fore L3 tripple pump kit and am very happy with it. good quality stuff. The rails are a bit of a tight fit with my whipple crusher inlet but it definitely goes right in.
     
  4. aarons04cobra

    aarons04cobra Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I run the Fore L3 tripple pump kit and am very happy with it. good quality stuff. The rails are a bit of a tight fit with my whipple crusher inlet but it definitely goes right in.
     
  5. whitedevil95

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    Fore rails seem to have the best overall quality and fitment.
     
  6. GodStang

    GodStang Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I have run CPR, FPW, and Fore Innovations and like Fore Innovations the most. CPR has no seat for the o-ring on the injector and every so often the injectors would pitch side ways and spray fuel on the headers. Always leaves for a good day.
     
  7. roy_1031

    roy_1031 roy1031 Established Member

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    Division X doesn’t leave much room if you ever go with a crusher elbow on a Whipple. Fore’s are kinda compact so to say, and very attractive looking.
     
  8. Nadra

    Nadra Bisquits and mustard Established Member

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    Agreed. High dollar junk.
     
  9. ShootyMCstabby

    ShootyMCstabby Brownie Hound. Established Member

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    I don't know much about the 1st gen Division X stuff. Seems to be what everybody is stuck on. But I have them with a 3.4/w crusher. and no complaints from me.
     
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  10. BlckBox04

    BlckBox04 I am the liquor Established Member

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    for you guys running Fore, are you running the L2 L3 or L4 and what's the difference?
     
  11. whitedevil95

    whitedevil95 @the03cobro Established Member

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    The differences are just what the kids contain in them.
     
  12. 03' White Snake

    03' White Snake Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Division X rails here with my KB 2.8H and have no fitment issues.
     
  13. GodStang

    GodStang Well-Known Member Established Member

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    The DivisionX stuff is the FPW fuel rails rebranded. They are great rails but do have fitment issues on some blower setups. I have a thread on here somewhere showing the differences between the DivisonX/FPW and the newer Fore Precision Works rails which fit better in some cases. Both outstanding rails though.

    The guts are different and number of ports on some of them.
     

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