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Shadowing1985v

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i took my injectors off well 4 so far

they little spring cliff is hard to get off the other four "waiting till my dad gets home to help me with it" but 3 of the injectors are wet on theend and the one isn't

thats kinda wierd

i took it all off to chrome my fuel rail
 

69MyWay

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1969 Killer Shark
Just FYI, don't loose the little clips, and try not to bend them out of shape.

If re-using the stock injectors, make sure and buy a injector 0 ring kit and replace all the O rings before reinstall. Put some WD 40 lube on the O rings when you slip them back into the rail so that they don't tear the rubber surface and cause a fuel leak.

Been there, done that.

You know, with a buffing wheel and compound you can polish those to look like chrome. In either event you have to really flush them out and make sure there is no foreign debris left in the rail to clog your injectors!
 

Redbob

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'89 dk red coupe
While you're "waiting for dad to get home", you could always drag out the old English book, and brush up a liittle.
Some of what you post is nigh incomprehensible.
 
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Shadowing1985v

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yeah i know i think faster then I type

yeah i put vaslilene on my new o rings i bought


I sand blasted then i painted them chrome
and i think i got all the sand out of the fuel rail,"at least i hope"
 

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