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AEM fuel rail, is it worth it?

Hey yall, just wondering if the AEM high flow fuel rail is worth it for our cars. I have a AEM CAI, Megan Headers + Downpipe, AEM cam gear, AEM pulleys. Just wonderin if I can squeeze anymore hp with a high flow fuel rail even if its 1 or 2 hp.

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they dont make those for d17s
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yeah I don't think they make them, but I believe Dezod is developing one. Also, you won't get any more hp out of just a fuel rail b/c you'll still have the same stock injectors and they will still be putting the original ammount of gas into the cylinder. You need to do more.

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Hey yall, just wondering if the AEM high flow fuel rail is worth it for our cars. I have a AEM CAI, Megan Headers + Downpipe, AEM cam gear, AEM pulleys. Just wonderin if I can squeeze anymore hp with a high flow fuel rail even if its 1 or 2 hp.

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With those mods, I don't think a fuel rail is goign to help. A fuel rail is more for turbo cars.
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With those mods, I don't think a fuel rail is goign to help. A fuel rail is more for turbo cars.
or for nitrious
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10-4, I just thought I had seen an AEM fuel rail for the 01+ civic.
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Just do a d16y8 intake mainfold conversion and slap a 96 AEM fuel rail on. I did.......
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Its Most Likely For The Si. You Only Need A Fuel Rail If You Plan On Changing The A/f Ratio. Plus Your Gonna Need To Change Your Plugs And Injectors. Which If You Plan On Doing That, Like The Guys Said Just Go Squeeze Or Boost.
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03EXD17 show me the DIY on how to do it and I would, I've been lookin everywhere for that DIY.
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Sic_Vic, Caorndorff......... might have the DIY link. We just took one off a 96 and did a custom return system
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