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    Turbosmart FPR800-- Rude RRFPR

    I recently purchased a very clean RRFPR-- TurboSMART FRP800. I was told it was a Riva. I did some research on this forum and I am thinking I was sold a RUDE. I have read a number of posts from other forum members suspecting that the rising rate function was not working correctly-- 1 to 1. I would like to here form others that have tried this model and compared it to another brand. Trying to find out if the RUDEs work correctly or NOT-- what goes bad with them or do they just not work like they are advertised?

    I have not installed this yet as the ski has been just put away for winter storage up here in Michigan.

    thanks for the comments and feel free to PM me if you like...


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    You have the Turbosmart Reg...Rude Performance never made a RRFPR...

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    Any pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    You have the Turbosmart Reg...Rude Performance never made a RRFPR...
    Is this Turbosmart any good or am I going to have problems? Is there a sight I can look at where the Turbosmart can be purchased NEW-- I want to see how it is advertised.

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    The O ring can go bad in the turbosmart causing it to not rise at a 1:1 ratio. Other than that they work fine.

    Here's the regulator you have
    http://www.turbosmartonline.com/index.php?id=38

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    The first original units that were sold 2-3 years ago in Jerry's store were tagged as "Rude Rising Rate Fuel Regulators", and used a Turbosmart FPR and billet adapter. They have since been replaced by the Riva units.

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    Where can replacement o-rings be bought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Where can replacement o-rings be bought?
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    McMaster sells sealing washers that would work for this application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    The first original units that were sold 2-3 years ago in Jerry's store were tagged as "Rude Rising Rate Fuel Regulators", and used a Turbosmart FPR and billet adapter. They have since been replaced by the Riva units.

    Correct...Thats cause Nils put the kits together...

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