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    Question fuel pressure regulator

    what brand of regulator is used in the rising rate fuel pressure regulator kits ( rrfpr )

    im building my own setup right now.

    i bought the tank fitting (distribution block) from Turbo Tech and was going to use an aeromotive regulator 13109 but i think i might use a professional products 10670. the pro products has npt threads so i can use cheap brass fittings which is a plus. im trying to keep this low budget.

    i have used the aeromotive regulator before and it is a quality piece. both regulators are a 1:1 boost reference.

    what do you guys think.

    also i found a place that sells the regulator for $75

    here is the specs for both
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...part=AEI-13109
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...part=PFS-10670

    here is the distribution block
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...ayphotohosting


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    Quote Originally Posted by meansvt00 View Post
    what brand of regulator is used in the rising rate fuel pressure regulator kits ( rrfpr )

    im building my own setup right now.

    i bought the tank fitting (distribution block) from Turbo Tech and was going to use an aeromotive regulator 13109 but i think i might use a professional products 10670. the pro products has npt threads so i can use cheap brass fittings which is a plus. im trying to keep this low budget.

    i have used the aeromotive regulator before and it is a quality piece. both regulators are a 1:1 boost reference.

    what do you guys think.

    also i found a place that sells the regulator for $75

    here is the specs for both
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...part=AEI-13109
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...part=PFS-10670

    here is the distribution block
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&it em=180330058418#ebayphotohosting
    The rude regs use a turbosmart regulator. I'm not sure about the regs you listed but they do look to be quallity. However, I did notice one of them is only good to 70lbs and the other to 75lbs. Honestly, I'm not sure what the turbosmat is good to.

    update: I did find out that the turbosmart is good to 70lb base pressure also. You should never need to set a base over 70 anyhow. At first I diddnt realise thes ratings were refering to base pressure.

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    here is the pro products reg for $75

    http://www.jazzproparts.com/product_p/ppr%2010670.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    The rude regs use a turbosmart regulator. I'm not sure about the regs you listed but they do look to be quallity. However, I did notice one of them is only good to 70lbs and the other to 75lbs. Honestly, I'm not sure what the turbosmat is good to.

    update: I did find out that the turbosmart is good to 70lb base pressure also. You should never need to set a base over 70 anyhow. At first I diddnt realise thes ratings were refering to base pressure.

    so they use the turbosmart reg
    wonder if its any better

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    Quote Originally Posted by meansvt00 View Post
    so they use the turbosmart reg
    wonder if its any better
    I dont know but its a pretty nice unit. Also its been proven to be reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    I dont know but its a pretty nice unit. Also its been proven to be reliable.
    i know that the aeromotive regulator is reliable if i calculated miles into hours i have over a thousand on my last one

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    Quote Originally Posted by meansvt00 View Post
    i know that the aeromotive regulator is reliable if i calculated miles into hours i have over a thousand on my last one
    Marine conditions can be alot different

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