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Anyone intall Deatschweks injectors? O-ring seems to big to fit into IM

Hey Guys,

Working on the Fuel System and got the 21U-01-0800-4 Deastchwerks injectors (800cc). I removed the old rail and injectors but I'm having issues getting the new ones to fit into the Intake manifold. (they seem to fit into the fuel rail fine) Anyone else have similar issues? Figured they should be a tight seal but i put almost all my weight into pushing one in and still no go. (very close)

I pushed one of my old ones back in and it slid in butter but i also saw the orings were worn.

Thoughts? don't want to trim oring if possible and don't want to break injector either.
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