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    Rrfpr install

    Searched and found nothing, help please.


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    lets race.... mikeFZR's Avatar
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    Riva has all their instructions online.
    http://www.rivaracing.com/instructio..._rrfpr_6s5.pdf

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    Mike beat me to it.

    Only thing the instructions don't tell you is how to get the fitting apart on top of the tank. That thing took me longer than anything.

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    Only thing i am not clear on is when removing the oem fpr and installing the billet block off, Do you leave the oem fpr in there? If so how is it secured

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    Mike beat me to it.

    Only thing the instructions don't tell you is how to get the fitting apart on top of the tank. That thing took me longer than anything.
    What do you mean?

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    you eliminate the oem fpr. remove the oem fpr and install the block off suplied with the kit. the black plastic piece that clips on will secure it in place.


    Quote Originally Posted by GPR View Post
    Only thing i am not clear on is when removing the oem fpr and installing the billet block off, Do you leave the oem fpr in there? If so how is it secured

    ---------- Post added at 05:14 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:13 PM ----------

    What do you mean?

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    make SURE you have those little rubber things on the bottom of the fuel pump setup.. took me a solid hour fishing one out of the fuel!!!!!!!!!!! what a PITA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flkeyzgp1300r View Post
    make SURE you have those little rubber things on the bottom of the fuel pump setup.. took me a solid hour fishing one out of the fuel!!!!!!!!!!! what a PITA!
    I COULD NOT AGREE WITH YOU MORE. Same thing happen to me and another friend. Oldman

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    yup.. I ended up getting mine out with grill tongs..

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    13. Route OE fuel pressure regulator up alongside fuel pump hose and secure together using supplied zip tie. (see
    illustration #1-8

    this is from the riva instruction's, from what i understand you remove the oem fpr from where the black clip mounts it but it still stays inside the pump as seen on the illustration zip tied.

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    Does anyone know why RIVA tell you not to use a "T" fitting in the MAP line and only use the supplied barb fitting ?

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