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At what horsepower level should I really start thinking about replacing my fuel rail. I plan on running the B7 in my civic as follows, slightly ported intake/head/turbo manifold (mostly gasket matching), 60mm B-series T-body, dsm injectors, T-3, intercooled, and maybe a turbo friendly cam if not just the stock cam. I'd like to run around 10psi max when I'm done with everything. It would seem that from what I've seen around here, I could get away with the stock fuel rail just fine but thought I would make sure as an aftermarket rail isn't ridiculously priced if it will add security at all for my fuel system.
 

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Good stuff, save more money WOOHOO. Also just stick with stock throttle body aswell? even better, didn't figure it would be needed when I actually thought about it. This is good news, now I can order up my ARP's and gasket set.

Cheers, thanks.
 

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At what horsepower level should I really start thinking about replacing my fuel rail. I plan on running the B7 in my civic as follows, slightly ported intake/head/turbo manifold (mostly gasket matching), 60mm B-series T-body, dsm injectors, T-3, intercooled, and maybe a turbo friendly cam if not just the stock cam. I'd like to run around 10psi max when I'm done with everything. It would seem that from what I've seen around here, I could get away with the stock fuel rail just fine but thought I would make sure as an aftermarket rail isn't ridiculously priced if it will add security at all for my fuel system.
stock rail good till long after the OEM rods fail.
 
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