No need to remove the rail.
Just unbolt the rail from the intake, unplug the electrical connectors on the injectors.
You can pull the injectors and rail out as one unit.
Entire rail will move out of the way so you can remove everything else.
Oil the o-rings just a bit, line them back up and pop them back in.
All with the fuel line still attached.
Done it several times now.
- Joe -
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