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Old 05-03-2007, 12:04 AM   #1
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**Not recommended for cars with aftermarket headers.
why?
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Does it change how the stock plastic lines are routed?
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yes, but i cant see that getting in the way of headers.... and if it did, how could that be different than stock manifolds
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I believe it'* because the the fuel line runs under the TB. I know with my TOGs (without an IC) it would of put the fuel line within an inch of hump of the crossover pipe.
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i just dont see how headers can change the placement of where the exhaust is flowing compared to the stock manifolds enough to matter...do i have any other options other than running the stock fuel rail? i really dont wanna cover my beauty... and i dont want to pay for the fuel logs

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Oh Snap!

I'd run the OE one for now till you have the finance figured out, then can do whatever you find.

Fuel logs = teh **** though.
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Does it put the fuel down by the exhaust? I'd be running at that point. Something about heat and pressurized fuel.

I'd say stock and wait for the logs.
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Have you checked out the w-body store modded stock lines? I know they were the 1st vendor to do it and they might be a little different.
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looks like they have a flexable line... hmm

http://www.wbodystore.com/grandprix/...ils-p-154.html

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IDK about those. Since you are waiting on headers and the rail.. why not run your stock one for a while and then save up for the logs?
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