Radium Fuel Rail Kit, Mitsubishi EVO VIII / IX

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The EVO VIII / IX Fuel Rail features a large 0.69" ID bore to suit even the most fuel hungry engines. The rail is CNC machined from solid 6061 aluminum, bright-dipped anodized and laser etched for a high quality surface finish. It is compatible with all fuel types including popular alcohol mixtures such as E85. Below is a size comparison with the restrictive OEM fuel rail.
Unlike most aftermarket EVO VIII/IX fuel rails on the market, the Radium fuel rail eliminates the OEM 2 bolt inlet flange which uses a restrictive 0.22" (5.7mm) orifice. Furthermore, Radium has made it easy to adapt to common -AN fuel hoses on both ends of the fuel rail.
Setup Selection
20-0119-02 Fuel Rail Kit, EVO VIII / IX
This option includes only the basic fuel rail as shown in the picture below. All fittings must be purchased separately. This option is perfect for installers building a custom fuel system.
The left side inlet port and center port use -8AN ORB threads accepting a variety of adapter fittings found HERE. The outlet port is 3/8" NPT female permitting adapter fittings found HERE. 
20-0119-10 Fuel Rail Kit, EVO VIII / IX, OEM Configuration
This option includes everything required to replace the OEM fuel rail. It includes the exact items as shown below in the picture.
-1x  Radium Engineering EVO VIII / IX fuel rail.
-1x  M14 inverted flare adapter is included to adapt the OEM hard line on the firewall to -6AN male.
-1x  Pre-fabricated -6AN PTFE hose (6AN-16.0-ST-ST) hose is included to replace the OEM rubber hose and restrictive 2 bolt flange.
-1x  -6AN adapter for connecting the the PTFE hose to the fuel rail inlet port.
-1x  Custom machined adapter to reuse the OEM fuel pressure regulator.
-1x  Aluminum -8AN O-ring plug for center port.
A fuel pressure gauge can be mounted in the center port, or on the inlet port using the appropriate adapter fitting as shown below. The pressure gauge and adapters can be found HERE.

Depending on the configuration, a fuel pulse damper can be used in one of the available ports. More information can be found HERE.