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    Ebay fuel pressure regulator any good ?

    just wanted to get some advise on the ebay universal fuel preasure regulators and how and what would need to be done to install it ? im not going to be heavily moddified just bolts ons on a 215
    i know riva sells a kit but its worth over 400 bucks
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    http://m.ebay.com/itm/150984543863?nav=SEARCH#


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    O I am sure it would work just fine.....but how long is the big question
    most applications are no where close to the conditions we see in our pwc's

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    Cutting corners on an important item like a fuel pressure reg is a no no

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    Ive been using this one on two of my boats one is five years and the other four no problems.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Universal-Re...1bc4de&vxp=mtr


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    That's the one I tried when I first went past 7psi on my race car. The diaphragm failed on me and I chipped a piston. Luckily that's all the damage that was done and a new slug was all that was needed. Ran Aeromotive in everything ever since.

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    would it work fine for me at stock boost ? 6-7 psi ?

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    as long as it works then yeah.

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    is there any options not as expensive as the riva kit ?

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    Aeromotive compact regulator. Make your own lines.

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    [QUOTE=imp0ster;2349688]Aeromotive compact regulator. Make your own lines.[/

    ok thanks

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