Skunk2 High Volume Fuel Rail
Part Number: 350-05-5010
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Skunk2 introduces its new series of composite intake manifolds and fuel rails. Skunk2's new composite components are made using a proprietary casting process, from a carbon reinforced aerospace thermo-polymer composite that is 33% lighter, 60% stronger, and runs up to 100°F cooler than aluminum. Keeping the air and fuel cooler results in a significant increase in horsepower and torque. This composite is also chemical resistant to all types of fuels including alcohol.
Skunk2's new cutting-edge composite fuel rails are made using our proprietary carbon impregnated aerospace thermo-polymer composite. This material insulates the fuel from both radiant and conductive heat transfer under the hood. Keeping the fuel cooler results in an increase in horsepower and torque. We have seen power gains of up to 3% in real world testing. Skunk2 composite fuel rails feature a large 0.625" internal bore with radius inlets to the injectors thus improving flow characteristics. This type of radius injector inlet design is not possible with extruded and drilled aluminum fuel rails (which have sharp angles internally where the main bore meets the injector bores). Skunk2 fuel rails can be used with factory fuel lines and fuel regulators.
3 reviews for Skunk2 High Volume Fuel Rail
4.666666666666667 out of 5.0
2/2/2012 by Rashad
I've had this rail on my car for quite a while. It is one of the more expensive rails for the k-series but it's not for no reason. It's not metal, so it keeps the fuel just a bit cooler which means more power. Also, the fuel inlet is centered right in the middle of the rail. This means that fuel is distributed equally to all the injectors. Most other rails have the fuel inlet on the end, thus, robbing your injector on the other end of fuel. Only negative I can think of is when I screwed the rail onto the intake manifoldI cracked the holes around it. It is a bit fragile. However, as long as you don't overtighten it (probably what I did) you should be fine
9/28/2011 by addicted2jdm
love love love it
This fuel rail is amazing looking!! I did feel it after a hard drive and it felt much cooler and i like leaving the cover off to show it off even more
6/27/2010 by mghwater
There is a few menial clearance issues when placing the cover back on top but overall nice material and design. (although try touching youre fuel rail just after a spirited drive, dont know how much heat soak can be removed from that inferno) -best for boosted k`s, but good enough for mua