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Nuke Performance Fuel Rail Compatible with Mercedes M104 6 Cylin

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Nuke Performance Fuel Rail Compatible with Mercedes M104 6 Cylin

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Product description

The Nuke Performance Fuel Rail for Mercedes engines is thought to be the highest flow rate rail on the market. This version is compatible with Mercedes M104 6 cylinder engines. The body and all components are CNC-machined from 6082 aluminum alloy. All the fittings has Viton O-rings for long lasting operation. The fuel rail has an anodized finish for long lasting function and a corrosion free appearance. Mounting brackets sold separately. If space is an issue we recommend you to use Nuke's Banjo-type fitting, with oversized internal dimension for minimum cavitation.

Nuke Performance Fuel Rail Compatible with Mercedes M104 6 Cylin

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