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944 S fuel rail

Lindsey is all out of their custom fuel rails anybody know any other aftermarket place I could go to or get one....if I use one from the junk yard I might as well use my own....bummer!

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The ones Dave made at Custom Engineered Performance used to be the go-to fuel rail a few years ago, his website looks ancient and neglected so I wonder if he even still makes them now. Might be worth an email.
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The ones Dave made at Custom Engineered Performance used to be the go-to fuel rail a few years ago, his website looks ancient and neglected so I wonder if he even still makes them now. Might be worth an email.
Thanks!!!
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What is wrong with yours. I had a leak in mine and had it re-silver soldered and it works great.
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The ones Dave made at Custom Engineered Performance used to be the go-to fuel rail a few years ago, his website looks ancient and neglected so I wonder if he even still makes them now. Might be worth an email.
Its always looked like that... useless.
Good luck ever getting a response.
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I can't help with the fuel rail as I got mine from Lindsey but I got my fuel lines, FPR and FPD from Radium Engineering (Home Page) and my AN fittings from Connolly Marine(https://www.connollymarine.com/Aeroquip_SS_Hose_and_AN_Fittings_s/1914.htm).





Here is an old thread on a possible option.

https://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-924-944-968-used-parts-sale-wanted/897007-951-oem-billet-alum-fuel-rail.html

You could make your own.

https://azspeed.com/product/fuel-rail-extrusion-14-per-foot/
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Thanks everybody! found some new old stock on Ebay for an absolute great price.







Not a custom built one but New-Old Stock for an third of the cost ain't bad either. Oh yeah! Hopefully back up and running for the first time in five years in a few weeks. Yes!
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Best looking factory fuel rail EVER!!

If my factory rail looked like that I would have kept it.

Congrats.

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