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Old 12-01-16, 00:20   #1
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Adjustable fuel pressure regulator install

Hey guys bought a adjustable ebay fuel pressure regulator for my vlt and was wondering the proper way of installing it just making sure as i dont wanna stuff anything up cheers
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Old 12-01-16, 15:49   #2
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best thing throw it out and use the stock one bud
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Old 13-01-16, 07:36   #3
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really ? i probally would stick to the stick one then
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Old 13-01-16, 11:57   #4
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cheap ebay regs leak.i made 320rwkw using the factory reg
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Also, i believe they are "illegal" even tho we all know thats BS. but yea, if its on the road, they will spot it easy. but hey, what ISNT illegal these days in the car scene.
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Old 18-01-16, 09:19   #6
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i found purchasing a real SARD was cheaper than a stock replacement VLT FPR.

My car also ran super rich at low revs and idle and struggled at higher RPM (stock ecu) so the adjustable FPR seemed a good idea.

I purchased a real SARD from efi fuel bitz or blitz parts or something like that.

i'd recommend googleing what the differences are between fake and real.

the seller was able to instruct me on a base pressure reding.

I ounted mine where most do. off of the front of the brake booster.

when i had what i wanted i went to enzed and the bloke there helped me order in some AN fittings (not required but pretty)

tuning took a while to get right but she runs a lot sweeter now. I have no doubt allan hit big power but i believe he has a microtech or nistune or something an probably aftermarket injectors. the rising rate FPR is a more mechanical way of adjusting fuel
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