First I will tell about the differences. the versions of IM. TB and other things.
D16 rail UP, D14 rail DOWN
D16, fuel hose dosn't feet from d14 to d16. inner radius, structure, end of the hose is different. same difference is in receipt of fuel.
in D14, through a hole in the side of fuel falls directly into the hose.
in D16 fuel passes through the end, fighting off the big yellow nuts and gets into the hose.
This pressure fuel rail. Model NR-1. it is always (almost) use of D series ... But! form is slightly different. use only their!
D16 LEFT SIDE.
D14 RIGHT SIDE.
D16 LEFT SIDE.
D14 RIGHT SIDE
Version IM -4
My D16Z6 IM version -3 (with extra hose, close it!)
installed ! WOHOO :
my first picture, sorry for the blue ribbon, no brackets for the filter.
Thus, one must unscrew the fuel hose, otherwise you will break the mounts.
upper key push in the right
lower in left. are holding this "fuel bank". name?
green hose - i dont use it)) II just put that fluid was not flowing during installation.
can see the fuel hose? at the top, I turned it a bit (via attachment), at the bottom, I "bit off" the two locks (on the D14 photo available). and as I was a little loosened up. otherwise too short. repeat.
D14 hose is not suitable for D16 rail! if you want to save, try to drill holes for fasteners D16. but it is not very good! (Rails can bend, aluminum) with further tuning, you'll need to change the rail. otherwise the volume is not enough for injection.
I could catch TB D14, carefully disconnected the RACV. And what I see? " I see that the two form a loop of hose just fluids. so TB does not need to connect 2 hose cooling. spend it directly.
BOLT. close some extra hole in IM (version -03... in -04 it's closed!)
In autumn, I have installed IM D16, but my problem was getting antifreeze in the block. smoke was gray! had to be changed to D14, wait for spring. Now I use sealant. I think this is the only place where the fluid gets into the block.