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    Questions on Some R&D Products

    I had my E1 wheel and frozenboost Type 19 intercooler installed along with the R&D Fuel Pressure Regulator. Still am waiting on a few things to finish it off before I get to ride it. I'm waiting on the adaptor so that I can install a fuel pressure gauge. It should be here later this week. At this point, I don't know what the fuel pressure is I don't want to run it yet. Next, I installed the R&D Billet Surge Protector. I also have the R&D multipressure port coming in cause I was told that I need it. Do I have to hook the surge protector to the multipressure port? Where does the multipressure port go? Do I need to get anything else to install these things or do they come with the kits? Sorry for the questions but I don't know too much about these things. Any info or pics would be greatly appreciated!


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    Also, is the r&d fuel pressure regulator already set up as a rising rate regulator or does something else need done to set this up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercBOOSTED View Post
    Also, is the r&d fuel pressure regulator already set up as a rising rate regulator or does something else need done to set this up?



    You set the pressure with the vacuum off, then add the vacuum line and you have rising rate pressure.

    So, far haven't needed it, you just leave the vacuum disconnected...

    I think mine came set at about 45-50psi (that got changed immediately), but I wouldn't count on all being the same necessarily.

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    Motec fuel map is different when using rising rate fuel pressure. If you use your current map, everything will be out of tune.... on the rich side.

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    So basically I should leave the BOV connected but don't connect the vacuum and when I get my adaptor for the fuel pressure guage I should set it to 65 and start testing from there? Let me know cause I am itching to get it out and ride it.....oh wait that is just the poison ivy I got from cutting my damn hillside! lol

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    You need to have the vac lne for the BOV connected for it to work. Pics for installation of the adaptor:
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...t=79501&page=3

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    Is the vacuum line provided? If not, what size line do I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercBOOSTED View Post
    Is the vacuum line provided? If not, what size line do I need.
    I believe the R&D multi pressure port adaptor comes with some vacuum line but it may end up being too short depending on where your BOV is/or will be located. In this case, just go to any automotive store and there will be different sizes of vacuum line/hose. It will be obvious which one you need. Take the one the pressure port adaptor kit comes with and use it as a reference.

    You will run one vacuum line from the pressure port adaptor to the BOV for it to operate it correctly. You will not need a vacuum line run to your fuel pressure regulator as you are not using the rising rate function. Just set it to 65 psi as has worked for others like SHObiz and Jerry.

    Does that make sense?

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    That is actually very clear. Thanks!

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