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Old 11-01-2007, 01:45 PM   #1
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I have an 06 M6 with a FAST intake. I need to take the car in for some warranty work (sounds like the oil pump makes little or no pressure). I have the stock intake manifold but it looks like I'm missing some parts. My fuel rail seems to sit up to high, is there a spacer that goes between the intake and the fuel rail on the stock setup? A detailed pic of that area would be a big help. The pics below are from my car.

Spacer on my FAST 90
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Space left on my stock intake
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Maybe I havent pressed the fuel injectors into the bosses on the intake hard enough?
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I don't have that spacer in your first pic. Do you have another picture, zoomed out a little? I cant figure out what that piece is. It almost looks like the rear cylinder head vent tube cover.

My OEM fuel rails fit right over the intake. I've since then filled in the crossover pipe groove in my fast and went with aftermarket fuel rails, so I cant take pictures for you.
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Think I've figured it out. This little guy fits over the injector; I popped them off and the fuel rail seems to seat properly.

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The o-rings on the injectors are visible in the bung, is this normal?

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Here is the pic you requested in your reply. The fuel rail mounts atop that machine aluminum pedestal.

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do you have aftermarket injectors? looks like you maybe running taller than the ls2s, thats what the gap on mine with my 60's looked like before a spacer kit
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When I got my F.A.S.T I had to get the spacers as well for the stock fuel rail to fit. It isn't needed for the stock intake manifold.
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Is it normal to be able to see the tops of the orings at the bottom of the injectors when they're seated in the intake manifold
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