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Old 05-19-2002, 02:29 AM   #1
Eric SS
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swap and N20. gone. : (

Default What is everyones fuel pressure at idle and what pump/FPR are you using?

I have the Walbro pump, Cartech RRFPR, and stock FPR and my idle pressure is reading 44-49psi on my electric autometer guage. I have my RRFPR screws both turned out all the way and it still rises to about 70psi at 3psi boost. When I was running 9psi, it pegged at WAY past 100psi.

What other setups do people have and how is your WOT and idle fuel pressure. anyoen with cartech/walbro setup having problems keeping your fuelpressure in check? IU'm trying to get a baseline of what good WOT and idle pressures should be. Thanks

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