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Originally Posted by turbobrat930 View Post
I was talking about this to Chris Carroll the other day... I think that CMW used to make some, but they are sure proud of their stuff as IIRC, they were around $400 to $500 bucks for a set.... I think they were also -10 fittings... WAY too big for what we need... I will be going with -6 for my fuel system. I will be making some of my own, and thats why I asked in the 911 tech forum about the lengths of the stock 3.2L fuel rails...

I will probably buy the mill that Ross has for sale... although expensive for a tool you will only use a couple of times at best, it is the best way to do it....
The reason the billet fuel rails have -10 AN fittings is the bore size of the rail. Billet rails are made out of stock extrusions which have a large bore. the smallest AN fitting you can machine on a bore of that size is a -10
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