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Fuel rail plug?????

I just ordered the xrt tuner egr delete and dpf delete turbo back to the muffler. The guy at H&S said I may need something called a fuel rail plug????Anyone heard this or has one, I never read anything about it so interested to see if I really need it Thanks.
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More than likely you will need the plug or the rail will have to be shimmed like mine real easy to do. Just to keep your fuel release valve closed untill higher psi that way it dont open at lower psi.

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I actually have a friend here whose truck was built a month after mine and has the same flash as I do. Mine is shimmed from when I had the MP-8 on, and his isn't. They put the 60 hp tune on it(Same as mine) and the truck sounded absolutely horrible. I don't know if it caused any damage, but he had a shim kit waiting just in case. Hardest part about shimming it is to be careful to not lose the small pin. Other than that, it takes like 30 minutes tops to do.

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Well ordered the fuel rail shim kit the plug wasnt going to be in stock untill 4/10 didnt want to wait THANKS GUYS.
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