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Old 03-07-2011, 02:00 AM   #1
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Fuel Pressure Regulator

For those of you with aftermarket fuel rails, which pressure regulator are you using?
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Old 03-07-2011, 06:48 PM   #2
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Old 03-07-2011, 06:54 PM   #3
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AMS fuel rail and AMS FPR
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Murlo is running the Fuel Labs, AFAIK.
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Agency Rail and Aeromotive FPR, check my garage for models, I love the setup though.
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can you run a AFPR on the OEM rail? OR do you need a new one?
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Agency Rail and Aeromotive FPR, check my garage for models, I love the setup though.
Oh I think someone has one of those for sale... do you have a picture of it installed?
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I got pics of everything I have more but this one shows both pretty well I think. in the top right corner you can see my inline fuel filter since I changed out the pump for a 255lph intank so you loose the intank filter when you do that. Just just have the foot filter which isn't enough. Also this was a test fit don't use the vac line, it's not needed on this FPR, you're pressure will go through the roof on boost if you do.

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can you run a AFPR on the OEM rail? OR do you need a new one?
You can. MAP sells a complete kit. You just need to get the fuel from the stock fitting to your afpr.

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I run the rather large Aeromotive 13109 on my car. You could go with something like the 13105 or 13155 if you like shiny.

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