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    DIY rrfpr ??

    http://img708.imageshack.us/i/imageqax.jpg/


    On this picture the yellow line where does it go? Also the factory pump has a niple that I believe is a breather. What should I do with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    http://img708.imageshack.us/i/imageqax.jpg/


    On this picture the yellow line where does it go? Also the factory pump has a niple that I believe is a breather. What should I do with that?

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    That is your boost reference line, attaches to the manifold. As boost pressure increases, it puts pressure on the regulator to increase line pressure...which pushes more fuel through your injectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    http://img708.imageshack.us/i/imageqax.jpg/


    On this picture the yellow line where does it go? Also the factory pump has a niple that I believe is a breather. What should I do with that?

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    Post a picture of the nipple you are talking about please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    That is your boost reference line, attaches to the manifold. As boost pressure increases, it puts pressure on the regulator to increase line pressure...which pushes more fuel through your injectors.
    Can I hook this line to the intercooler block off? I have the fizzle block off which it has 3 plugs, would it be ok to have the boost gauge and that line on the bock off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    That is your boost reference line, attaches to the manifold. As boost pressure increases, it puts pressure on the regulator to increase line pressure...which pushes more fuel through your injectors.
    Can I hook this line to the intercooler block off? I have the fizzle block off which it has 3 plugs, would it be ok to have the boost gauge and that line on the bock off?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Post a picture of the nipple you are talking about please.
    This is the only pic I could find. Is the niple behind the 90*.

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    For the money you have spent in the past week just for security buy the riva RRFPR, I'm in the same boat and I didn't wanna buy it but the DIY 100.00 is not worth a engine IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    This is the only pic I could find. Is the niple behind the 90*.

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    That needs to be hooked back up to the hose that vents to the right side of the hull under the rub rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondapro210 View Post
    For the money you have spent in the past week just for security buy the riva RRFPR, I'm in the same boat and I didn't wanna buy it but the DIY 100.00 is not worth a engine IMO..
    Not worth the engine? All a regulator is comprised on is a housing with a spring inside. Nothing more. Pressure is pressure no matter what the source. I have been running mine for over 30 hrs with NO or ZERO problem. Running 11.8-11.9 SOLIDLY at WOT. I can easily adjust for cooler air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondapro210 View Post
    For the money you have spent in the past week just for security buy the riva RRFPR, I'm in the same boat and I didn't wanna buy it but the DIY 100.00 is not worth a engine IMO..
    I have an Aeromotive reg good for 1000hp and a full return system, instead of the dead leg Riva style (nothing wrong with Riva setup). I'd doubt it's going to cost me my engine!

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