Ditto. I ran them in my 84 daytona i/c'd log with no problems except the clips don't work. You have to find a way to keep the injector in the rail. I machined down the rail mounting bosses so the injectors wouldn't leak. you could also use a dremel and cut the groove for the clips.
mine would leak if any kind of pressure was put on them so I removed about .100" of material from the manifold where the rail bolts on. that lowered the rail farther onto the injectors and stopped them from leaking.
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