Fuel Pressure Regulator & Split Fuel Rail Setup

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Re: Fuel Pressure Regulator & Split Fuel Rail Setup

Postby tu » Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:15 am

yeah, the benefit is they can sell you 2 fpr's :)

Issue with 2 fpr is getting them balanced
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Re: Fuel Pressure Regulator & Split Fuel Rail Setup

Postby Sharpshooter » Tue Aug 19, 2008 1:23 pm

MrEs wrote:
damo7f wrote:Just don't forget to tape or loctite the threads! Little fountains across the engine bay aren't a good look!
Also don't over tighten the little aluminium blanking plugs or they won't come out...

hrrmmm doesnt sound like youre having much fun there.. :(

Surely you'd have to use lock-tight or something? plumbing tape wouldn't last with fuel?


You don't need teflon tape on the PT or NPT threads. They are tapered and all I used was some paste stuff they use on aeroplane fuel systems. Don't have the name of the stuff on me, it is good sheet, but I can get the name if your interested.

The Aeromotive reg I used has the AN fittings and you buy the AN to hose adaptors. Use no tape or sealant.
I have the A1000-6 Injected Bypass Regulator, P/N 13109, I also fitted it with a gauge.

I purchased it from www.summitracing.com Will cost you around $220-$230 to your door http://store.summitracing.com/egnsearch ... 4294880914

The gauge is also aeromotive and I purchased this from VPW in Epping who are a aeromotive dealer

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Re: Fuel Pressure Regulator & Split Fuel Rail Setup

Postby MrEs » Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:24 pm

moved to FAQ ;)
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