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Old 03-15-2013, 10:45 AM
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fuel pressure regulator

hello

i broke my fuel presure regulator so i have to buy another one..

my settup will be the origional fuel lines and a tbi fuel pump..

but im running a carb. so need a regulator,. i want to use the return line becouse if im running on lpg i want the fuel stays pumping around . but what is the good regulator for my settup.. i saw this one 3-Port Fuel Regulator (Carbs w/return) Clear


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What do you mean by "I want the fuel stays pumping around."?
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I'm guessing He wants the fuel to be constantly circulating using the Bypass style Regulator.
Depending on how many Outlets you need you can narrow these choices down further.
Fuel Pressure Regulators - Universal - Gasoline Fuel Type - Return Regulator Style - Inline Regulator Location - Carburetor Regulator Usage - No Boost/Vacuum Reference Port - SummitRacing.com
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Old 03-16-2013, 10:28 PM
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Yes if i m runnig lpg the gasoline is getting. Old after a wile . And if you keep it running arount it stays good . But the regulator is good the one i send .. ?
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