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Old 04-02-2007, 11:17 AM   #1
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Default Synchronic FPR anybody?

Looks pretty nifty. I'm looking to pick up a Begi AFPR at some point, but the Synchronic looks like it can do the same job as a direct bolt-on replacement for roughly the same price.

Anybody using one, or know of anybody using one, or know of anybody who knows of anybody using one?
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Old 04-02-2007, 11:44 AM   #2
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the way they descirbe it seems like it should be ok

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Direct bolt-on to the fuel rail
Absolutely no additional fuel lines to re-work from stock
Guaranteed 1:1 off-boost ratio for a proper air/fuel ratio at idle
Infi nitely adjustable from 1:1 to 12:1 boost indexed fuel pressure ratio
Interchangeable adapters for various applications
Adjustable static fuel pressure
the off-boost ratio is important as we see 35psi at idle and 50 at 0~hg., if it really can maintain that, as well as being adjustable in boost, then it'll work.
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Yup,

I'm just wondering if anybody has actually verified this thing as operational on a turbocharged Miata. I'd be willing to be the first to try, but the price tag is kinda hefty to be a guinea pig.
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Where are you guys reading this and how much? Money are we talkin here?
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it comes up on the google ads every now and again.
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Old 04-07-2007, 02:56 PM   #7
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Okay,

I bit the bullet and ordered one from these guys yesterday. $205 out the door and shipped. Roughly a bit more expensive than a used Cartech and a lot less expensive than a new one. The guy said he had a couple of customers order them for their Miata and nobody has called back with complaints. It should be on my car by the middle of next week. Hopefully I'll have some tuning done and some infoz for j00s f00s by next weekend.
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