JEGS 555-14405 EFI Fuel Rails Features:
- Designed for OE-style LS3 intake manifolds
- High horsepower capability feeding up to 1,100+ hp engines
- Features 1/2 in. diameter inner bore to decrease fuel pressure drop, help cancel out back pulses, and distribute fuel to all injectors properly
- Includes rails, matching fittings, crossover hose and hardware
- Black anodized aluminum for great looks and long life
Are LS1 and LS2 fuel rails the same?
- No, LS1 and LS2 fuel rails differ. JEGS 555-14405 EFI fuel rails are designed for LS3 factory intakes, ensuring precise fitment. Verify compatibility to guarantee proper installation on your LS engine.
What are fuel rails made of?
- JEGS 555-14405 LS3 fuel rails are crafted from high-quality materials, often aluminum or stainless steel. This construction ensures durability, resistance to corrosion, and optimal performance for your LS engine.
Will my stock oem plastic covers snap onto these fuel rails ?
Are the fittings and hose in this kit compatible with E-85?
Will this fit the LSA AND ls3 heads
Will these fit a tbss intake
Does this have a port for a fuel pressure gauge?
Will it fit a 2000 chevy silverado 4.8l vortec
I bought this kit a while ago but lost one of the mounting brackets is there a replacement mounting kit available to purchase without ordering another set of fuel rails ?
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