1. Modify the throttle bracket (perhaps this was unique to my rails)
2. Cut the oem fuel line and convert it to a AN connector and feed the first rail. You will need a tube-to-AN compression connector. I used the stainless cutter type fuel line and fittings.
3. Tie the rails together with a second fuel line.
4. I changed oil because I thought some of the gas bled into the engine.
5. Change to the MSD injector connectors. Make sure you have a crimper for the fold-in pins. Order extra pins unless you are already an expert with these pins.
6. I also had to manipulate/bend and align the rail brackets to get a postive alignment of the rail and all injectors.
In summary, you will be at it for a full day and unless you do some preplanning a day won't do it. In addition, you will not find all the AN fittings and cutter hoses for the job at the local hardware store.
If you get serious, let me know and I will do a bill-of-material for you on the hardware. The hardware will be somewhat dependent on the connector types the rail is tapped for.
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