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    who's using a do-it-yourself rrfpr?

    If you're using a DIY rrfpr, have you ran into any problems? How long have you used it for? How easy is it to do? What fuel pressure regulator are you using?


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    was very easy just need some fuel line and a T and some hose clamps, i bought a liquid filled gauge rrfpr from Ebay for like 30 bucks. Just get a Rad4 tank adpt and ur good to go.

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    does that cheap ebay FPR work?


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    have had no issues and i am running it at 60psi base with a 15 psi rise on 48lbs injectors. afr's are perfect.

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    how much does the rad4 tank adapter cost? i saw the diy thread and it was tapped right onto the top housing of the fuel pump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayohentran View Post
    how much does the rad4 tank adapter cost? i saw the diy thread and it was tapped right onto the top housing of the fuel pump.
    It's $140 US.

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    We have one on each of our RXPs.

    The ebay ones do not come with stainless steel internals. You may want to consider using a stainless spring and adjuster before you even begin- just so you wont have to do it later.

    One of ours became corroded internally and failed. The other one didnt. I put in a new stainless spring and adapter in the one that failed. Problem solved. Both have been running for a year now.

    I built both of them for under 100 bucks each.
    Johnny is right. You just need to find a tank adapter.
    I had my tank adapters machined by someone locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayohentran View Post
    If you're using a DIY rrfpr, have you ran into any problems? How long have you used it for? How easy is it to do? What fuel pressure regulator are you using?
    You might find this thread useful
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=81387

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    Thanks Jerry, I was reading through that thread yesterday...like 3 or 4 times. In the thread he had it tapped on the top of the housing. I didn't know you could get the tank adapter seperately. I was actually going to do it the same way as in that thread, but if a tank adapter can be made, then I might have to give it a try.

    Twelves, do you have any info/pictures of how your tank adapter is made? I was planning on using an aeromotive fuel pressure regulator.

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    aeromotive fuel pressure reg is nice.

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