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Old 04-15-2011, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default Seeking your 1:1 fpr advice and experience

Specs on my setup: 90 chassis, 94 block, 99 head and im, 190lph hp pump, m-tuned rail, id1000's

I was planning on using the stock fuel pressure regulator for a stint while I get everything else sorted. Put the seals on the injectors last night, put them in the head, put on the rail with the stock fpr (on the m-tuned adapter), and put the intake manifold on. The intake manifold hits the fpr and I don't feel like dicking it around to make it work so I am trying to decide what adjustable fpr to get.

Seeing how the id1000's like pressure I intend to run a bunch of it for better atomization. That being said I have been looking into the:

-AEM fpr's because they will let you run as much pressure as the fuel pump will provide

-Aeromotive fpr's because it is what most people recommend but they stop at 60-70psi

I am trying to keep to some sort of budget and I need a gage for it so no begi priced stuff for me. Input and/or opinions are greatly appreciated!
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I used this one for a few months:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/MAZDA...item3ca252d32d

that black adapter fits into the stock rail using an o-ring like the stock one, and allows you to move the fpr whereever you want. I had an issue where my oem fpr hit the IM as well. This was my solution.

Worked fine for, but like I said didn't have very many miles on it, maybe 500. Viperormiata has it now.

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Looks like a viable solution. Wonder if viperormiata is using it and if so what his impressions are on it...their page has some sweet font!
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he is since he's using that IM.

In the least you can buy that adapter and use a fancy FPR.
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I have an adapter for the m-tuned rail to run either type of fpr (stock style or mount anywhere style).
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