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    best way to hook up riva rrfpr + turbo tech fuel rail with cmd marine

    hi guys i have a 06 rxp and i'm just ordered a cmd marine from the online store. i also have a riva rrfpr and a turbo tech fuel rail.
    my question is what is the best way to hook up the fuel line's for this.
    i made 2 picture's with option 1 the end of the fuel rail is blocked and with option 2 the outlet of the rrfpr is blocked off.

    thanks
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    IMO... option 2 is your best bet with or without the CMD.... and you already have a rail that's designed to be run that way.

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    thanks bigdaddyrxp, i will hook it up that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricky86 View Post
    thanks bigdaddyrxp, i will hook it up that way.
    Really you cancel the Regulator fuel output and you continue to set up you fuel pressure only by the return line! with no problems??

    Anybody else agree with "ricky86" here??

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    thats the way to do it

    The regulator is at the end of the line so you get a consistent pressure between the fuel pump and end of the rail

    Any extra fuel volume which would cause higher pressure is bled back to the tank via return line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_man_luke View Post
    thats the way to do it

    The regulator is at the end of the line so you get a consistent pressure between the fuel pump and end of the rail

    Any extra fuel volume which would cause higher pressure is bled back to the tank via return line.
    So I don't need any surgery to the Riva regulator ?? That's sweet and easy

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    Just need to block off one of the inputs, not sure how the riva regulator is setup but should be able to remove a hose barb and replace with a plug.

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