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    215hp fuel reg questions

    Guys help me out. I got a 2003 gtx 185hp and just getting the engine rebuilt. The builder is throwing the 215 pistons in and I said May as well do the 215 flywheel and gear on the supercharger too. So next question is upgrading the fuel reg. looking through the parts manual, is the fuel reg built into the fuel pump? Do I need to buy a 215 fuel pump and reg assembly?


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    Oh and I got an external cooler too to throw in. I'll sort the rev limit out later once I run the engine in for a while

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    fuel reg is on top of the fuel pump
    it is changeable by prying off the retainer spring/strap
    it is the metal piece that the fuel line plugs into that feeds the fuel rail
    you will need a 215 ecu or 215 map to get the rpms up to 8100

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    I have several stock 215 very nice used FPRs. I would sell them for $55 shipped to the United States or $75 to any other country.

    PM me if you want 1.

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    I should have an ecu or two for you.. pm me if you need one

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    Well I'm from Aus so will need shipping to here. What's a ecm worth? Not to fussed about the extra rpm's yet. Maybe after a bit of run in. Is it better to get ecm or my one mapped?

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    Don't forget you'll need to change the pump reducer washer for the IC. (The one with the coloured rubber cover).

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven mace View Post
    Well I'm from Aus so will need shipping to here. What's a ecm worth? Not to fussed about the extra rpm's yet. Maybe after a bit of run in. Is it better to get ecm or my one mapped?
    yours can't be mapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steven mace View Post
    Well I'm from Aus so will need shipping to here. What's a ecm worth? Not to fussed about the extra rpm's yet. Maybe after a bit of run in. Is it better to get ecm or my one mapped?
    yours can't be mapped.
    errr why not?? you can get the 185 ecus reflashed??

    just get a rrfpr to replace the oem regulator..

    if you can wait, i will have a stock 215 fuel reg and ecu in a few months as my rxp is being converted to turbo.

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    I have never heard of anyone being able to reflash the 185 ECU, especially the early ones. I and others have sent some in for reflash, and it failed. Better to just get a RXP/T ECU.

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