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    RRFPR install pics of location!

    Hey, Guys I just love this remote regulator location. It makes it so easy to adjust FP. Here are pics of my placement! What do you guys think.

    Thanks a bunch for your thoughts.


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    That is really nice! How exactly did you mount it?

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    which brand is this rrfpr. i really like that location.

    i need to get one of those 12.9 lbs of boost on the riva ecu is probably pushing it.

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    I used the screw from the fuel rail and put it there!

    I just like it for ease of adjustment. On top of the gas tank just was to much of a pain to me and will be worse when I dial more sruff in on my set up!.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post

    i need to get one of those 12.9 lbs of boost on the riva ecu is probably pushing it.

    Greg, actually you are fine at 12.9 psi

    Once you get into the high 13's and 14's you will need a RRFPR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Hey, Guys I just love this remote regulator location. It makes it so easy to adjust FP. Here are pics of my placement! What do you guys think.

    Thanks a bunch for your thoughts.

    Very nice Austin. I like it.

    I was just talking to STS about how the RRFPR setup for X looks beter then on the 215 (on top of gas tank)
    Dang it, i thought i was done relocating things for the time being.
    Very Nice!!!!

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    cooler weather

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Greg, actually you are fine at 12.9 psi

    Once you get into the high 13's and 14's you will need a RRFPR

    i just need to get an af meter that way i wont need to worry.

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    What brand is it?

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    What brand is it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoRXT View Post
    What brand is it?
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