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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-31-2010, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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So i was looking and all for a good FPR for my turbo application and was curious as to what the turbo folks are using for theres. EFI btw.

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So i was looking and all for a good FPR for my turbo application and was curious as to what the turbo folks are using for theres. EFI btw.

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I'm using an Aeromotive remote mounted adjustable unit.

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Your using an aftermarket rail right? How would i cap off the stock unit location?

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Your using an aftermarket rail right? How would i cap off the stock unit location?

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Yes I'm using a set of rails from Probe made specifically for the Victor Jr intake manifold with injector bungs added (aka Spyder intake). I don't really know what regulators are avalible for use with the stock 4.6 rail. Of all the brands I tried on my 3.8 motor, the Kirban billet adjustable regulator was the best. The stock replacment ones I got from Aeromotive and Holley were crap and both sprung leaks soon after installing.

You can't just cap off the stock regulator moiunting pad, you would need to rework the rail to eliminate the regulator mount and run hoses from the rail to the remote mounted unit, or replace them with aftermarket rails and re-plumb it all.

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Thank you David. I have my Kirban 500 ordered and on the way. Looks like my best option unless i wanted to spend X amount a billet rail and different AFPR.

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Kirban 5005. My bad. lol.

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