Rb26 Fuel rail

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  1. PHIL-BLR

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    I've been looking for an rb26 fuel rail an 99% of ones available for every other car are around £100 and get good ratings but when you type rb26 it goes to £200-250 wtf they do exactly the same thing..

    Anybody Got any links to a good quality rail for reasonable money..

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Yeah but I'm afraid of them leaking would be nice to hear from some one that uses one..

    I don't mind paying for an expensive one if their was a reason other than it being rb26 than rb25 1jz 2jz they all do the same job
     
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    i was using this fuel rail with RC injectors in my S15 with RB26 build a few years ago.

    if you are worry about leaking you could change the o-rings for the injectors for oem o-rings and the gaskets for the dash fittings you could change for copper rings. by the way... i don´t see any problems with this fuel rail, as its just a piece of aluminum. only leaking part could be the gaskets but i don´t had any problems with them.

    but you should look which diameter your fuel injectors have. (like 11mm type or 14mm type)
     
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    Thanks I was thinking the same about the rail itself all 6 pot stuff is basically the same thing just different mounting points
     

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