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Too much stuff/crap!
I’ll remember that next time you are looking for spare parts and no one else in New England has them! 😂
 

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Well, You don't even give me my parts that you have had for over 10 years, why should expect anything?
I have a pile of your stuff in the basement, come and get it! 😁
 

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A prototype part I contracted out. So far it looks like it will work nicely.

I designed them to accept aftermarket o-ring fuel injector bungs. This way I can use the common 14 mm Bosch-style injectors, or the newer 15 mm GM LS-style injectors. I can also install the bungs at various depths to vary injector height from the intake runners.

These of course require a custom fuel rail designed to work with o-ring injectors too. I’ll have to supply that part as well.

Don’t ask me about price and availability at this time, as I don’t know yet.
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The aforementioned extruded fuel rail, machined to fit the Opel injector spacing pattern.
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Hopefully you won't have to machine it flat again after the bungs are welded. You could bring the mating surface in pretty easily on a real flat plate with some stickum 180 grit. That looks like a nice part.
 
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