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Old 10-03-2008, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default Which external FPR

I'm shortly going to be fitting a 99-00 engine in my 94.

I've got the intake, fuel rail etc so it should be pretty straight forward.
Only thing that's bugging me is the fuel rail.

I'm currently running the FFS dual feed rail, with the stock 94 FPR, but i do have the stock 94 rail and a 99-00 rail with damper.

My 94 has a return fuel system so it seems my options are.
1/ FFS rail 99-00 damper (won't work on my 94)
2/ Stock 99-00 rail with 94 FPR.
3/ FFS rail with 94 FPR at the end so single feed.
4/ FFS rail with external FPR.

I can't see much point in having a dual feed rail and converting over to single feed, likewise i don't see much point going to a stock single feed rail with the 94 FPR.

So have i missed any other options?
Are any of you guys using external FPR's instead of the stock one?

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get a dual feed fuel rail if you desire and use the 94 FPR. your FFS 94 fuel rail won't fit the 94 though. m-tuned dual feed fits all 1.8's from what i've read
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