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Old 06-09-14, 09:50 AM   #1
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hi is a 2jzgte fuel rail compatible with 1jzgte? aftermarket that is? thanks

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No, the spacing of the injectors is slightly different.(i know this for a fact, i have both 1jz and 2jz engines and fuel rails to compare) Shop around, as you CAN source the 1jz top feed aftermarket fuel rails, thogh not common like 2jzgte.
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