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nvyseal2332
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nvyseal2332 Jan 5, 7:58pm - #366025 
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fuel rails?

AEM makes aftermarket fuel rails for celicas right? what exactly do they do for our cars? thanks
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QTRMLR_1 Jan 5, 8:07pm - #366026 

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well at least according to the AEM website, a fuel rail is not available for our cars from AEM.

I do know that OBX lists one for our cars. I know some people think OBX sux, but I did try to order an OBX fuel rail at one time, but the company never came through saying the fuel rail was on backorder. I have no idea how much success you guys would have trying to get it.

I do know that Stafford Fabrication makes one, BUT he is very busy and backordered on turbos so you might have trouble getting one from him, yes him.

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celicadragon Jan 5, 9:27pm - #366027 

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what exactly is the benefit of having one of these?

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 5, 9:49pm - #366028 

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more fuel flow.
only real benefit is if you have greater fuel needs than stock such as nitrous or turbo...

on nitrous you can plug into the rail instead of teeing off the line which had to be cut.

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celicadragon Jan 5, 10:15pm - #366029 

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so useless without forced induction then or n20

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AZZKIKR Jan 5, 10:49pm - #366030 

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^^^^^ other than bling factor...yes
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 5, 10:49pm - #366031 

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fuel magnets are helpful without a turbo or n2o, however
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celicadragon Jan 5, 10:54pm - #366032 

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ok, i have never heard of fuel magnets but they sound interesting

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FloydianSlip6 Jan 5, 10:55pm - #366033 

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hmmm there used to be an article around here, lemme see if I can find it.
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 5, 10:59pm - #366034 

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 6, 12:20am - #366035 

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ok theory seems good, but anyone test these magnets on a Celica with a dyno?

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celicadragon Jan 6, 7:36pm - #366036 

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sounds very interesting but would it work and how come these arnt everywhere if they r so good?

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FloydianSlip6 Jan 6, 7:43pm - #366037 

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Some people buy it, some people don't. There's not enough demand to warrent them being everywhere.
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