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Aeromotive FPR install pics

Old 02-19-2006, 05:57 PM
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I finally got around to installing my aeromotive fuel pressure regulator. I decided to stick to running my injectors in series, rather than parallel mainly because of simplicity. Luckily, my secondary rail was tapped for an S4 FPR, so removing the stock FPR and installing a -6 adapter was cake.



I first found a good place to mount the FPR, then I ran the long return line and then made up the short line for the secondary rail. It came out really clean. The black fittings with the stainless steel looks super sharp.
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Old 02-19-2006, 06:27 PM
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velly nice!
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Old 02-19-2006, 07:44 PM
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lookin good
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Old 02-20-2006, 08:18 AM
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so prior to this you were running a stock S4T2 FPR?

I am still undecided as to what direction to go.

I have new KG rails or to use stock modified rails
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Old 02-20-2006, 09:07 AM
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Rob, If you run the KG rails, you will either have to install the stock PD or an aftermarket PD (ie MArren)
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depending on if you plan to race your car on a racetrack, and depending on how strict your track is, you wont pass tech inspection. cant mount the FPR on the firewall, in fact i think it needs to be a specific distance from the firewall.



just a tidbit of info in case you plan on being at a strict track with inspections anytime soon.



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Old 02-20-2006, 06:50 PM
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Bah, this car wont see a racetrack. Maybe a grudge night or two, but nothing major.



Interesting though, I know 2 people that mounted the FPR in the same spot, and they track their cars heavily. I guess it just depends on how strict the track inspection.



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Originally Posted by teknics' post='803013' date='Feb 20 2006, 01:08 PM

depending on if you plan to race your car on a racetrack, and depending on how strict your track is, you wont pass tech inspection. cant mount the FPR on the firewall, in fact i think it needs to be a specific distance from the firewall.



just a tidbit of info in case you plan on being at a strict track with inspections anytime soon.



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Can I get a parts list w/ numbers? I plan on doing the same mod. Thanks a bunch.
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Old 02-21-2006, 01:03 AM
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Here is what I bought: (Note: these are all summit part numbers)



Aeromotive FPR: AEI-13109



Aeromotive -6 fittings: AEI-15606 (2)

Aeromotive plug: AEI-15626



And the earls fittings (in black)

EAR-AT809006ERL

EAR-AT809106ERL

EAR-AT812006ERL



Stock S4 Rail to -6AN adapter: EAR-991945



Black Fuel Pressure Guage: RUS-650340
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Thanks man. time to get the order in to Summit!
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