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    Top Feed Fuel Rail Kit : 2013 STi GR

    I am looking for a good fuel rail kit for my STi. I was looking into a kit by Perrin, but for some reason you cannot purchase one at the moment for some odd reason, as per rally sport direct and other places, via online. Aeromotive's fuel rail kit is almost 1k. :/ Would like some feedback, advice and or suggestions on other brands.

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    What other mods are you planning?

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    Well,

    I have done a lot thus far, reason why I am looking to modify my stock rails and system is because of the custom tune I have on my car. It tends to burp/ hiccup between 2-3k rpms during acceleration. I am running 22psi on a tomei M9760 turbo, EL intake mani, 1000cc injectors, 295 fuel pump, cp forged pistons, tomei poncams . I just want to get rid of that hiccup! So my tuner is gonna get rid of the damper, install a regulator and fuel rail kit with new lines, just looking for a good kit that doesnt cost 1000 dollars. Perrin's kit would be a good choice, but I cannot purchase their kit right now for some reason.

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    im sorry I meant EL exhaust manifold,
    Last edited by Lombardi; 12-12-2013 at 04:23 PM.

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    other mods include Perrin FMIC, grimspeed oil air separator, tomei suction hose, Q300 exhaust, grimspeed boost control,

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    You'll have to wait for others to chime in as I don't have experience w fuel rails but I've heard perrin as well as aeromotive fuel rains are both good.

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    Fuel rails won't fix that "hiccup"...
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    so the fuel rails along with the rest of the kit and fuel pressure regulator wont fix the hiccup?! I am all ears if you know what gets rid of that.. Lol Seriously

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    and getting rid of the damper, too. Or so that is the plan, my tuner said this would get rid of that hiccup. Installing customs rails, new lines, FPR, damper delete. :/
    Last edited by Lombardi; 12-12-2013 at 08:28 PM.

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    I'm wanting to say I only paid like $300 something for my Aeromotive fuel rails. I got just the rails, then bought a length of braided teflon hose and a hand full of AN fittings to finish out the kit myself.

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