Radium Engineering Toyota 2GR-FE Fuel Rail Kit

Regular price $349.95

Radium Engineering Toyota 2GR-FE Fuel Rail Kit

This Radium Engineering high volume fuel rail kit features two 0.7" inner bore rails to support equal fuel distribution and injector flow capable of well over 1,000 horsepower. All ends of the rails are tapped to a common 3/4-16 (-8AN ORB) thread. Using the appropriate fitting, it is easy adapt to a -6AN, -8AN, or -10AN fuel lines. All ports use positive o-ring seals instead of tapered pipe threads which commonly damage aluminum threads and lead to fuel leaks. With all of these ports it is very easy to adapt the Toyota/Lexus/Lotus fuel system into a traditional rising rate fuel pressure regulated return system using a Radium Engineering fuel pressure regulator HERE.

CNC machined aluminum mounting tabs are included for a factory fit and to maintain the original fuel rail height so both stock or aftermarket hi-flow injectors can work.


-Glass bead blasted anodized surface finish for wear and corrosion resistance
-Lighweight aluminum construction
-Inner bore diameter: 0.7 inch
-Works with factory and aftermarket fuel injectors
-Can be converted to a pressure regulated return system
-No special tools required for installation
-Fits under the factory intake manifold and engine cover
-Compatible with naturally aspirated and OEM supercharged vehicles
-Works with Toyota 2GR-FE/2GR-FZE engines including Lexus, Lotus Evora and 2012+ Exige

The 20-0198-00 OEM Configuration Kit includes everything described above with the additional of all the necessary fittings and hoses to make the kit a drop-in plug n' play replacement for the OEM fuel rail. It features a 3/8" SAE quick disconnect adapter that secures directly to the OEM fuel feed tubing. The high quality PTFE crossover hose makes the kit compatible with all fuel types including popular alcohol blends such as E85. It is necessary in order to clear the intake manifold brace. Each hose end attaches to low profile swivel elbow fittings to join the front and rear fuel rail banks of the V6 engine.