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    RRFPR gauge question

    Ok I ahve to ask this crazy question.

    The gauge on the RRFPR's when would I use it?
    It seems as if it will be mounted in the engine compartment?

    I think I might be missing something, please help
    Scott


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    It allows you set the initial fuel pressure with the key in but the engine off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    Ok I ahve to ask this crazy question.

    The gauge on the RRFPR's when would I use it?
    It seems as if it will be mounted in the engine compartment?

    I think I might be missing something, please help
    Scott
    The only time you have to look at the gauge is when you set the base pressure.

    You do this lanyard plugged in and engine not running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    Ok I ahve to ask this crazy question.

    The gauge on the RRFPR's when would I use it?
    It seems as if it will be mounted in the engine compartment?

    I think I might be missing something, please help
    Scott
    Yep, Jerry's correct...
    You adjust it when you install it to 60 with the engine off. That's the only time you need to look at it. Set it and forget it!!

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    why 60?
    I assume it is in lbs/hour

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    this has to be one of the best mods out!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    why 60?
    I assume it is in lbs/hour
    No it's 60 PSI

    Not rated in pound hour like injectors.

    60 is close to stock regulator pressure so thats why we're told to set base pressure to 60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codymouse54321 View Post
    this has to be one of the best mods out!!!!!!!!
    I agree! I have RRFPR's on both my skis, including the one with programmable ignition.

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    sorry new to all this what is the rrpfr or what ever the initials are?

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    Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...nva01cjh1p87t5

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