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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-30-2011, 09:08 AM Thread Starter
 
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It's for a turbo app.
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It's for a turbo charged car application to increase the fuel pressure as the boost increases! Not used for normally aspirated cars!
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from what i understand its a vent for the regulator diaphram...
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-31-2011, 08:11 PM
 
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Re: Fuel regulator question

Correct. It's a vent to atmospheric pressure. The yellow "cap" that is over it just helps keep the port from getting clogged with dirt by necking down the inlet. When a turbo is installed, a line is attached to this port (don't know if it is vaccuum or pressure) in order to boost fuel pressure (like stated already). Before I knew any better, I capped it off and the rig ran like shit. Ran rich as I was running at about 4k in altitude. Removed my homemade cap and it ran correct again.

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Re: Fuel regulator question

How does one remove the fuel pressure regulator??

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Re: Fuel regulator question

Remove the metal clip and pull the regulator out of the fuel rail. It's has a couple o-rings so it's sometimes tough to remove.

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How does one remove the fuel pressure regulator??
Why do you want to take it out? You pull the metal clip out of the fuel rail and then pull the metal fuel regulator out of the black plastic fuel rail. It is easy if you first take the fuel rail off the engine. I have several if you need one.
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