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    Raising Rate Fuel Regulators

    As I look through the store there are 3 options now.
    pirahna, Rude and turbo tech.

    I looked through a number of pages and really havent found any decent comparisons of the 3.

    The turbo tech with the new fuel looks cool.
    Pirahna write up claims it a 30 minute install.
    Rude not to much info in the description.

    Price aside what are the advantages from one to another?

    thanks
    scott


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    They all do exactly the same thing. (increase fuel pressure as boost increases)

    The Rude and Turbo Tech use the same Turbosmart regulator. These are very high quality regulators.

    The Turbo Tech comes with a fuel rail and looks really trick.

    The Rude is just like the Piranha in that you simply remove the stock regulator and replace it with either of these. Install is very easy.

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    Has anyone put a RRFPR on a X boat yet? Looks like that might take some engineering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa Dawg View Post
    Has anyone put a RRFPR on a X boat yet? Looks like that might take some engineering.
    The terminator fuel rail and RRFPR setup would be the best for this since there is no regulator mounted to the top of the tank on any of the 08 models.

    You will have to remove the fuel pump module, remove the internal regulator and block it off and then drill/tap the top of the fuel pump module to install a return fuel fitting.

    It's very doable but just not as easy as 07 and older models.

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    you rigth jerry it won't be that dificult, if some one wants me to do it for him i am willing to help him out by doing the modification on the stock 08 fuel pump module hare at my shop in puerto rico, i warranty it will work perfect. and you can even use the terminator series aluminum intake manifold assy or the terminator series fuel rail/rrfpr assy on any 08 models
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    The terminator fuel rail and RRFPR setup would be the best for this since there is no regulator mounted to the top of the tank on any of the 08 models.

    You will have to remove the fuel pump module, remove the internal regulator and block it off and then drill/tap the top of the fuel pump module to install a return fuel fitting.

    It's very doable but just not as easy as 07 and older models.
    Last edited by TURBO TECH P.R.; 04-26-2008 at 01:18 PM.

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    Thanks very much for both of your input. I will consider doing this. Thanks again.

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    no problem my friend ,any help just contact jerry.thx
    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa Dawg View Post
    Thanks very much for both of your input. I will consider doing this. Thanks again.

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    So if you use the rising rate reg with the riva ecu which is suposed to be boost refrencing do you still need the larger injectors????

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC View Post
    So if you use the rising rate reg with the riva ecu which is suposed to be boost refrencing do you still need the larger injectors????
    Yes, because the Riva is mapped to run with the 50's.

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