Interested. Tell me why you're selling it and what you're upgrading to?
It's not adjustable?
Yea that should have been installed
I have an aeromotive fpr on my car that i thought was bad, but it isnt. Don't need the fore unit. The reason for my fuel problems was the way it was set up. I went from a 255 in-tank and 255 in line with a boost-a-pump to a single in-tank 405, and removed the in-line 255. The fuel pressure would fluctuate up and down from day to day, stay high at idle and drop some at WOT, and I thought the fpr was the culprit,so I got rob to send me one when i got the trick flow.
The problem was the boost-a-pump was wired to the in-line fuel pump only, so the front pump was pushing more fuel than the rear, plus the boost-a-pump was spazzing out because the wiring was messed up. So to make things simple we removed the boost-a-pump, and dropped the 405 in. After that the fuel pressure stayed where it needed to at idle and regular driving, and at WOT it rises with boost like it's supposed. No more hard starts, flooding, or bogging down occasionally.
So since my current one is working fine I don't need the fore unit any more. And yes its adjustable.