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Old 04-14-2019, 03:24 PM   #1
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Fuel pressure regulator

Looking to buy a fuel pressure regulator for my upcoming twin turbo build and not sure which one to get. Turbos are rated to 1400hp and will have a flex fuel system twin DW400 pumps along with 1300cc injectors.

I am thinking about this one,but not sure if it will be good enough.

https://www.aeromotiveinc.com/produc...gulator-black/

Any suggestions would be helpful.

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Old 04-15-2019, 05:26 AM   #2
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I recommend the Magnafuel 2000 hp regulator.
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I'd probably aim for one with -8 fittings
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Discussed it with Aeromotive and they suggested this one.

https://www.aeromotiveinc.com/produc...fi-pro-bypass/
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The likes of this will be fine ( I use it )

https://www.edelbrock.com/efi-fuel-p...nish-1729.html

But yes the Aeromotive one listed above would also work fine
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The likes of this will be fine ( I use it )

https://www.edelbrock.com/efi-fuel-p...nish-1729.html

But yes the Aeromotive one listed above would also work fine

The first one I listed or the second one?
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The first one I listed or the second one?

Well no surprise they suggested their own product, but yes the second one with -8 an like he suggested earlier and the magnafuel one I suggested.
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Well no surprise they suggested their own product, but yes the second one with -8 an like he suggested earlier and the magnafuel one I suggested.

I didn't ask them about anything other than their own stuff. lol
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I didn't ask them about anything other than their own stuff. lol

Of course not LOL. The idea is getting the -8 an inlets and return size, as well as number of inlets you need, boost referenced, a psi range the fits what you are doing, and capable of flowing enough to support your power goals. Most with boost reference and -8 an sizes designed for EFI fuel systems will be good for what you are trying to do though.
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Of course not LOL. The idea is getting the -8 an inlets and return size, as well as number of inlets you need, boost referenced, a psi range the fits what you are doing, and capable of flowing enough to support your power goals. Most with boost reference and -8 an sizes designed for EFI fuel systems will be good for what you are trying to do though.

Yeah I just ordered it with the -8 fittings along with their 100m SS fuel filter.
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