The point of these is to offer flexibility for changing components with minimal costs and to provide enough overhead for long term power gains. Say you have a '99 Manifold but plan to swap to an STI engine/manifold. No need to buy new fuel rails with these- just a new bracket and perhaps a few new fittings if you want to increase overall flow capacity.Alright so not trying to sound dumb here, just trying to understand these.
I'm still a little new to this stuff so bear with me please, I'm looking for stuff for my upcoming swap.
So the point behind these to offer a variety of different fuel injectors for your intake?
To make it easier to swap from one injector to the next?
The other bonus item with these is that when changing to a different style injector (say Bosch style high flow), there is no need for a spacer to make up for the shorter length of the injector. All in all- these are just a flexible upgrade that can be easily adapted for a variety of setups and needs!