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    Riva pressure regulator relocation

    I just installed the riva regulator up front. My arms would never reach it on the tank. more pics coming. Only mod to the regulator was turning the return line barb 180 degrees back to the tank. Removed The oetiker clamps and repositioned the hoses where I wanted them to be with my hose routing then reinstalled new clamps. I also shortened the fuel line originally on the fuel rail to meet up with the regulator. After all said done installed with new stainless hardware.
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    more pics
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    definitely a PITA to get to it there.many of us on here have built our regulators from scratch and done something similar.nicely done !

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    I know, i was tight on time and didn't want to go shopping all over for fittings. Plus i didnt really know what fitting i was going to need due to placement and such.

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    This is how I had mine. I had added a 45 degree fitting to the gauge to face up making it easier to read.


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    Looks good there

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    Cool, looks good. I never understood the on top of tank mount. I would suggest replacing the worm gear clamps with at least some Oetiker clamps.

    The only downfall to putting it in front of the engine is that it may be in the way when you need to remove the charger or replace clutch in the future.

    Here is my install to help you with some of the fittings and hose if you want to change over later down the road.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2087743
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