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    Blown 16v 5.0L Hybrid, 13 psi/Haltech EMS/Ceramic coated chamber/Tri-y headers/Borla-Magnaflow exhaust/Rear coolant head by-pass/Hi TQ starter/Wilwood Brakes/Electronic steering assist/ and more......


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  • Last Activity: 04-01-2019 07:48 AM
  • Join Date: 10-22-2003


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  1. toofast928
    07-26-2012 12:38 AM
    Yep, took me a year but they are true tri-y. Haven't started the engine yet to hear the sound.
  2. 4porsche4life
    07-25-2012 01:29 AM
    Hey toofast928, i saw those tri-y headers on your avatar and caught my attention! Did you build these???
  3. toofast928
    10-12-2010 05:23 PM
    I made the fuel rails from extruded al, drilled each injector hole. Currently I'm using 36# injectors from Venom. o ring top, single pintle hole, 15 ohm to work with my EMS Haltech.
    I'll send you some pics but never had an issue with the fuel rail hitting the runners.
    My engine is a 5.0L hybrid, with 16v Euro top.
  4. BigAl1
    10-12-2010 10:43 AM
    Not yet. Can you tell me how tall your injectors are? I'm back to using 19# injectors, but I think I'll have a problem clearing the extruded fuel rail past the intake runners (one runner on each side protrudes into this path). For now I'm planning on raising the rail above this runner's curve, but would like to know how you did this. I have a 4.7 Euro S engine if this makes a difference?
  5. BigAl1
    09-20-2010 11:39 AM
    I'm planning a MS3 conversion on my '80 Euro S, and want to know more about your fuel injector rail setup. Can you send some up-close pics to me? I'm staying with NA, so planning for 22lb/hr injectors with the O-ring top and bottom, but doing this may cause a problem with the rails fouling against one of the intake runner tubes on each side. I see from your avatar you have straight rails - how did you do this?

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