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Old 04-19-2001, 10:12 PM   #1
sparco
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Post Fuel Pressure Regulator Options?

Anyone Opt to use a fuel pressure regulator in their 2.5 RS's? I'm thinking about getting one and I'm not sure on who's to use or how many PSI more I would want to use.

Look slike I'm going to use the AEM universal one. Anyone have experience with these on the 2.5? I know they work great on the Hondas and Acuras we have been putting them one.

Thanks
~Danny~
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Old 04-19-2001, 10:31 PM   #2
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just curious as to if you have any mods on your car yet b/c if you dont have any engine mods there is no point to get a pressure regulator. unless you are running high compression or turbo. i wouldnt think you would need a pressure regulator just my opinion. unless you plan to mod in the near future.
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Old 04-19-2001, 10:59 PM   #3
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Yes I do.
You can get noticable gains from a stock motor with fuel pressure changes. The way these toys come out of the box is horrible. Set up for grannies and people who don't know how to open there bonnet. I'm just new to this scooby thing and would rather not cook the motor. If it was on one of my Dubs I wouldn't care. I can nab a block from a wrecker dirt cheap. As for the future plans I plan on running low compression and retardedly high boost. So the regulator will be used in both apps. I have to beat my group N spec Dub motor. It sucks to know that my 12 year old front wheel drive Dub could romp my Scooby silly on any surface.
need to change that quick!

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Old 04-20-2001, 06:46 AM   #4
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Indead!

I git FPR in my N/A RS. It made LOTS of difference. Much quicker throttle responce. I always recomend it to peoplez. Just crank it up like 5PSI over stock and see the difference.

Eugene

PS: Dude! I live in Armonk too. Though MOST of the time I am in Brooklyn or Manhattan. How much you pay for your insurance if I may ask?
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