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    Rrfpr question

    Guys,

    i understand the concept of a RRFPR. My question is if I do not install the regulator plug in the oem in tank regulator and hook up a FPR and set it to 63psi. Wouldn't this serve the same purpose of the rising rate? It would net a lower psi at idle and at WOT net 63psi? Or would the pressure remain constant at 63psi even at idle?
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    No this won't work. Why would you want to go through all that headache. Just buy a block off and a normal regulator with fittings and your good to go.

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    Thank bro!

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