Aeromotive High Flow, Billet Fuel Rails combine 3,000 HP flow capabilities with bolt-on ease of installation. Fits 2011+ 5.0L Ford Modular Engines. ORB-08 Ports with compact connections and positive, leak-free sealing. Full 5/8' ID through bore, capable of supporting up to 3,000 HP. Full size ports ORB-08 ports at each end for optimal injector supply and minimal hydraulic fluctuation. CNC-machined, billet aluminum construction for unequalled fit and finish. Steel mounting brackets, custom engineered for this application, combining a solid, durable mounting platform with correct fit and bolt-on ease of installation.
These are Aeromotive's custom, billet aluminum, high flow fuel rail extrusion, custom CNC-machined and fitted for the GM LS2 engine platform. -8 O-Ring ports ensure both perfect fitment and positive, high-pressure sealing. Capable of supporting any engine mods imaginable, the monster 5/8'' ID bore can handle 19lb/hr to 160 lb/hr injectors, or from 300 HP all the way to 2,000 plus HP! Mounting brackets fit the stock fuel rail mounting bosses on OEM and like styled performance intakes.
These new fuel rails are perfect for stock or full-blown racing engines, easily supporting the stock returnless fuel system, conversions to an adjustable, boost reference regulator with the stock pump, or installing a full-blown, high-flow return style fuel system. Also, sure to be hot with Street Rodders, for engine swaps.
will these rails PN 14130 fir my 2014 supercharged 2.3 liter TVS Magnusson Supercharger Also using a 48 mm 95 lb injector. Worried about clearance on drivers side under the supercharger. Inlet for supercharger comes from the rear with a 90 ° elbow.
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