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Old 01-02-2002, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default fuel rail stud broke

When I was installing new injectos a while back one of the studs holding the fuel rail to the intake manifold broke off. Does anyone know if these studs are screwed in or cast into the manifold. If they are screwed in, are they something an acura dealer shoul have?
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Old 01-02-2002, 10:11 PM   #2
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (Brian_92GSR)

don't worry, they come off.
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (da6_b17a)

Hey ...this happened to me...does anyone know the part number and where I can get a replacement online?
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (MiraiZ)

I had an issue with having only one usable stud when we switched the GS-R manifold for a Skunk2 manifold. I ended up using (2) M6x1.00x22mm flange bolts from the hardware store and using the stud in the middle as a placeholder.

Use a set of pliers to screw the stud out, or you can cut parallel faces onto the stud and use a wrench. Go to the hardware store and buy 6mm flange bolt of the appropriate length for your application. 22mm length might not be right for you.
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (IN VTEC)

anyone else know the size for the OEM fuel rail studs?
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (IN VTEC)

haha. I ended up doing the exact same thing with my skunk2 swap (2 of the fuel rail studs broke). I felt like i was ghetto-rigging the fuel rail going to the hardware store piecing parts together to bolt it down. But now i feel much better knowing im not the only one Click the image to open in full size.

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I had an issue with having only one usable stud when we switched the GS-R manifold for a Skunk2 manifold. I ended up using (2) M6x1.00x22mm flange bolts from the hardware store and using the stud in the middle as a placeholder.

Use a set of pliers to screw the stud out, or you can cut parallel faces onto the stud and use a wrench. Go to the hardware store and buy 6mm flange bolt of the appropriate length for your application. 22mm length might not be right for you.
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Default Re: fuel rail stud broke (MiraiZ)

M6x1.00x22mm for the center one and M6x1.00x35mm for the two ends on GS-R's, and they're all M6x1.00x22mm studs on the ITR manifolds.
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