11-21-2011, 07:50 PM #1
RRFPR pressure gauge not working?
Has anybody else had a problem with there pressure gauge not working?
I was eventually going to get a liquid filled gauge, but wanted to hook it up for a ride tomorrow,
I have the Riva tank adapter, and made a T piece for the fuel in side on the regulator then to fuel rail, then the fuel out going back to the return inlet in the fuel tank adapter,
All hooked up, ski started right up,
AFR at idle is at 11.5
I turned the allen set screw and the gauge never moved from 0
I turned the allen screw out until the engine died, but the gauge stayed at 0
Does turning the screw out raise the pressure or decrease the pressure?
any ideas besides it being a cheap gauge?
11-21-2011, 10:13 PM #2
The fuel outlet is the center hole of the fuel pump correct?
I will check the gauge tomorrow,
11-21-2011, 10:44 PM #3
The T should be connected to the side ,return line to bottom.
And you should also pick up fuel injecton hose , that red 2 stroke water line will pop.
11-22-2011, 12:05 AM #4
Good eye on the 2 stroke water hose, It got real puffy when I ran it, I have so many Polaris 785 pro parts laying around, I was going to the auto parts store in the morning, I just wanted to give it a try when I got home from work today,
I will switch the T in the morning, and give it a try,
11-23-2011, 12:32 AM #5
Hey guys I swapped out the red hose for some fuel hose and switched the T peice and it works,
Bolted it in and set the pressure to 58 psi, I am going to do some trial runs on friday wheater permitting,
thanks for everyone's help,
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