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    Question on Ebay in line fuel pressure gauge ..PX 260

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SEADOO-INLIN...80d526&vxp=mtr

    I have a 14 PX-260 and from what I understand the stock fuel pressure regulator is not so good.
    Its 65 bucks in line gauge they say Oem connections .... has anybody used this or recommend anything other.
    I plan on running a V-tech 8375 soon or in the near future and just want to make sure I maintain proper PSI.

    Thanks,

    Murph


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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    That will do nothing to stabilize the fuel pressure issue, it's more of a diagnostic tool. You need to block off the OEM regulator, and run a good aftermarket regulator to achieve stable fuel pressure.

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    Yea that's just a inline pressure gauge. Which regulator do you reccomend Bigdaddy?

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    Awesome plug and play kit! Can run it as rising rate, or static.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1306

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Yea I know it will do nothing to stabilize it. Was just thinking to have it to make sure stock is correct If i run a 8375 it wont require the RRFPR correct? just want to know that stock is true PSI.. I will in the future get that for sure... thanks fellas

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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1332 View Post
    Yea I know it will do nothing to stabilize it. Was just thinking to have it to make sure stock is correct If i run a 8375 it wont require the RRFPR correct? just want to know that stock is true PSI.. I will in the future get that for sure... thanks fellas
    Even if stock isn't correct... you can't do anything about it without an adjustable regulator. The problem with the 08+ OEM regulator is that it doesn't hold stable pressure. You don't need to buy a $65 in-line gauge set-up to figure that out..... it's a known issue. For any straight up tune to work properly at all, you need stable fuel pressure. All V-Tech tunes are configured for stable static fuel pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1332 View Post
    Yea I know it will do nothing to stabilize it. Was just thinking to have it to make sure stock is correct If i run a 8375 it wont require the RRFPR correct? just want to know that stock is true PSI.. I will in the future get that for sure... thanks fellas
    Even if stock isn't correct... you can't do anything about it without an adjustable regulator. The problem with the 08+ OEM regulator is that it doesn't hold stable pressure. You don't need to buy a $65 in-line gauge set-up to figure that out..... it's a known issue. For any straight up tune to work properly at all, you need stable fuel pressure. All V-Tech tunes are configured for stable static fuel pressure.


    Yes sir sounds like I need to just bite the bullet and get it...

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    The Gauge you posted will work with the R&d fuel pressure regulator... although most of us buy the Riva kit as it is more adjustable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    The Gauge you posted will work with the R&d fuel pressure regulator... although most of us buy the Riva kit as it is more adjustable.

    Think I'm going to just get the Riva soon enough.

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    just remember those plastic fuel line connectors are not designed for a rrfpr
    they are known to fail

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