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I fell for a bunch of this guy's crap for a while at first. I drilled out my fuel rail plugs and pulled the plunger like he said. I didn't notice any difference at all in power or MPG. I wasn't really expecting any difference. I figured all it would do is allow for more fuel flow, which won't hurt anything. I suppose if I upgrade to stage 1 injectors some day, these mods may help support them. I've had the plunger out of the fuel bowl since this summer with no ill effect. I kept it incase I decide to put it back in, but no need as far as I can see.
If you drill out your fuel rail plugs (I wouldn't recommend it), make sure you clean the hell out of them before you put them back in. Everything goes straight to the injectors from there. And use a dab of grease or something to hold the orings in place when you reinstall the plugs. I chopped the oring on the passenger side because it hung down slightly as I screwed the plug back in.
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