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    Damn fuel pressure on my 2013 PX................

    Ok, so I have an R&D fuel pressure guage kit permanently mounted on my ski, man is my fuel pressure inconsistent which we all know this is the case with the new skis.

    Here the kicker, sometimes it's 54,56,58 psi cold and thats obviously the internal regulator being a pos.

    Once the ski has been running for a good amount of time like 30 minutes the fuel pressure is at 45 psi

    I feel it's the fuel pump heating up and losing its ability to build pressure, kinda like a worn out fuel pump.

    I heard of these new skis needing new fuel pumps after a few hours. I've got about 20 hours on mine.

    I think even with a FPR it's going to do the same, set it at 58 then once the pump warms up its going to drop off.

    What do you guys think?

    Can the internal regulator be doing this?

    I'd like to thank you in advance and say you guys are extremely helpful and feel so lucky be a part of this brotherhood we have here on the hulk.


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    Regulator or the pump man.

    20 hours and you need to fix stuff like this? WTF
    Are the 2012s the same way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbird View Post
    Regulator or the pump man.

    20 hours and you need to fix stuff like this? WTF
    Are the 2012s the same way?
    Yea, I heard from a few good sources that the fuel pumps are bad right out of the gate.

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    Sounds like the fuel pump giving out to me.

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    Typical low bidder bs from BRP. They did the same thing with the DI models. At least they worked properly until they didn't work at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnielsen View Post
    Sounds like the fuel pump giving out to me.
    I think so too. Man this sucks. It's a PIA r&ring the fuel pump on this bitch. What should I put in that is a direct replacement?

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    I would get a WALBRO and be done with it metal gears in those pumps...........BET!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    I would get a WALBRO and be done with it metal gears in those pumps...........BET!!!!!!!!!!
    Can I get it from the hulk store ?

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    Summit Racing, stay the hell away from those cheap knock offs from eBay.

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