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Fuel rail adapter options.......

I have the fuel rail adapter, but I want/need a 90 degree bend off of that (or before) for the fuel line to hook into. Home Depot didn't have anything, and everywhere else is closed (not much else anyways), but is this somethign I will only be able to get fron a nitrous parts seller, or should some sort of local shop have what I need?
Also, if anyone know the exact fitting I need that would be great.

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I found what I needed.........

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sheesh, don't get your panties in a wad.....

the elbow you would need can be found at race shops that sell steel braided lines and fittings. It isn't the same type of thread as the standard brass stuff you find at Lowe's or Home Depot.
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sheesh, don't get your panties in a wad.....

the elbow you would need can be found at race shops that sell steel braided lines and fittings. It isn't the same type of thread as the standard brass stuff you find at Lowe's or Home Depot.



Yeah I found something that worked. I called a plumbing store and they gave me what I needed. NOS also makes one (4an female swivel x 4an male 90 degrees) but I didn't wanna wait.

This is Alaska, find me 1 race race shop in Anchorage.......

BTW, doesn't matter much anyways. Snowed like 15" in the last 2 days.

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