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K-Tuned Multi Port Fuel Rail

MSRP: $159.99

Applications: RSX, TSX, EP3, 2006-2015 Civic Si. This rail will match factory K-series cars hardline.

The K-Tuned multi-port fuel rail is by far the best looking rail on the market. Using positive customer feedback and the demand to expand our fuel system parts line-up we have added a center mounted gauge to our popular K-series fuel rail. A two piece fitting uses the existing center port on our rail to properly mount the fuel gauge in the center of our rail just below the K-Tuned logo. The resulting look is very clean, compact and is very easy to install. The fitting is soft mounted on the underside of the rail with o-rings, to eliminate the possibility of dangerous fuel leaks caused by the vibration of the engine unlike other rails where the gauge is hard mounted. The fitting and gauge can be purchased separately or you can get the complete setup with a fuel rail for a discounted package price.

Please PM [email protected] if you have any questions.
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K-Tuned Fuel Rails are available in 5 different colors:




 

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Re: K-Tuned's New Multi Port Fuel Rail

Nice!

Will your other rails still be available for sale or will they be eliminated from your product line?
These rails are all we have in stock now, the dual port rails are sold out.

Nice fuel rails John, look'in good :up: Good job guys.
Thanks for posting Franklin. :up:
 

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Re: K-Tuned's New Multi Port Fuel Rail

great idea with being able to adapt the oem fuel pressure damper:up:
 

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Re: K-Tuned's New Multi Port Fuel Rail

is black the only color that will be available?l
We have black and silver.

would only using a single line into it be ok with an na build pushing 300whp?
A build with that much power could use a dual line setup. Although I have seen single feed rails on a few cars with 300+ power. :up:
 
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