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    RRFPR and fuel pressure regulator

    Do I have to remove the fuel pump from the tank to install my RRFPR? It never says in the instructions, other than to unhook the fuel line from the old regulater and pry it up? This is for my 06 RXP
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    thought it was pop the clip, remove stock reg, reconnect hoses to rrfpr adapter, insert.
    pull hard and work it to get it out..add some lube to pop the new one in. Thats all i recall from the instructions but i haven't put mine in yet.

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    Yea in a nut shell thats what it says, my question though is do I remove the fuel pump from the fuel tank?

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    what kit did you buy?

    the RRFPR from the onlien store has the ontop tank piece and the regulator... so if that is the one you have then yes the stock regulator comes out

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    I picked it out of the classifieds, I assume its the online stores not sure though to be honest how do I tell? So to remove the stock setup, I remove the clip, cut the clip on the fuel line twist and raise, I DONT unbolt the whole assembly correct?

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    No nothing needs to come out of the tank. You remove the pipe from the stock reg. Then use a screwdriver and twist it to lift the reg out of the tank. It will pop then will twist out. then the tank insert just pushes back into the tank and the oem clip goes back over the tank insert. R88

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    But on a side note some people are having issues with the RRFPRs not rising with boost. I had this issue and had to fitt a high output/pressure fuel pump. This did help the issue but I have now gonw with the BEGi FMU so that I have full control of my fuel pressure over the whole rev range. R88

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    easiest thing to do is post a picture of what you bought

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    I figured it out, it was from the online store I think what was throwing me was the pic on line and what I have, it is the same its just the reg is mounted irectly to the tank insert. I have it now, set for 60# now here soon I need to get a FM1 and a extra J pipe. I'm hoping with it about 90* out and going to 100* again, with a 70* today water temp, that I should be ok with a Rude 1, 50# injecters, 4" Kana and a Riva ECU

    ETA, it is running rich as the tail pipe is sooty black

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