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    Turbo Tech hi flow fuel rail/rrfpr assy for stock rxp/rxt intake manifold

    Turbo tech plug and play fuel rail assy with rrfpr instaled for rxp/rxt owners{TERMINATOR SERIES}this unit bolts rigth on stock location with the advantage to adjust your fuel pressure for your requirments,is made of hi quality components including the turbosmart fpr800 series 1/1 ratio boost sensitive and a turbosmart full s/s liquid fieled pressure gauge 0-100psi comes complete as a plug and play system.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...du cts_id=813
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    What other benefits are there running this other than on the fly adjustment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiRXP View Post
    What other benefits are there running this other than on the fly adjustment?

    You really don't have to "adjust on the fly"

    You set the RRFPR to 60 psi with lanyard plugged in and your done.

    This setup gives you easier access your regulator for adjustment.

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    I just wanted to see what you got for the extra money. This was the only difference stated by TT.

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    Probably flows better than the oem fuel rail too. Maybe less pressure drop during high rpm operation? PLus it looks awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostaholic View Post
    PLus it looks awesome!
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    terminator fuel rail with optional parts

    heare is the same kit with optional fpr1200 series that can be run with all kind of race fuels and 6an s/s braided fuel lines when the use of larger hi pressure fuel pumps.
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    Kick ass! It made it to the online store! This is an awesome looking piece and I like the easy access to the regulator. Now I need to put this on my list of things to do along with all the others.

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    ok....so what would this peace will do with my stage 2+ set up?

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