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 Fuel Rail to Barb Adapter: 5-15 Avail 

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 Fuel Rail to Barb Adapter: 5-15 Avail 
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This is for jeff..

I'm in a position to produce this item... Albiet in limited numbers..The plans will be posted free of charge in JPG and CNC-Ready DWG.. So if you have access to a lathe and hacksaw/bandsaw..and 2" metal...Mind a machine shop would charge MUCH more...

It allows a universal barbed Adjustable FPR to be used while removing the stock unit from the system..

They are a PERFECT slip fit on 1.6L DOHC and 1.8L BP Fuel Rails with an o-ring land for added protection..

$20+shipping is the cost...bout 1-1/2 hours work + metal...I think that's a fair price for the item after mild-googling...and that it's a specialty item for mx-3's..Which are hard enough to find any parts for...


Here are some pictures of the finished item:

**Any more made WILL have larger ridges and will be properly spaced to fit a small worm-gear clamp perfectly in between...Mine are a little thin and almost to close together...but functional...
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I'm taking this in school, so it's up to my speed & hiding skills as to how many i can punch out before my teacher tells me to fak off and do his projects :D

Interested parties include:
-10secSim
-93_4Banger
-mx3optidrive


May 01 2007, 3:54 PM
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mbx makes a fuel rail adapter for an aftermarket FPR, but yours is a lil shinier and cheaper

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May 19 2007, 11:16 PM
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that's the advantage of mine...the dissadvantage is i'm making these in my spare time in the shop...which means i'm not order,pay,sent...

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May 20 2007, 1:54 AM
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Any idea on when it will be done?


May 20 2007, 10:09 AM
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It's not a matter of when it will be done...moreso a matter of when i have time todo it...

They only take a couple hours to make but it's end of the term and my teacher's being a slave driver about getting his projects done...

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May 20 2007, 4:44 PM
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CY, add me to your msn.


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