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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-21-2002, 10:29 AM
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fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

i am looking for a fuel pressure regulator for my zuk.the one i want is the adjustable one that has a dial to turn so that you can set it by eye from one p.s.i. to another .if anyone would tell me where to get one like this ,i would be very greatful.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-21-2002, 10:32 AM
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I just got one from my local auto parts store. In reading it I discovered that the numbers 1-5 (theres actually a .5 setting) doesn't actually correspond to that # in psi, it's just a setting number. I know others have gotten theirs at NAPA (this crowd loves NAPA [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] ). I'm wondering if the NAPA one does in fact show the PSI
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I have some for sale , plumbed together with a fuel pressure guage and the correct length hoses for a Weber . This setup is designed to be used with an external fuel pump in the rear only, and the carb facing to the rear . If you need something different , I can setup whatever you want . This one sells for $60 , let me know...
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Sarge, do you have any pics of yours installed? As I said I already have mine plus a 2nd filter installed but it's using a long length of fuel line that loops back in order to have the straight shot that was reccomended. Just curious how someone else does it.
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I got a purolator one at Baxters. I beleave it was $17.

Works great. I have to turn it up on the street or I dont get enough gas (Built 350) On the trail, it helps alot. It not EFI, but its alot better than a flooding carb.
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Purolater is the brand I got
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autozone carries them too
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I wish I had some decent pics , gotta get one of those digi's...
Are you running a stock or electric fuel pump? Also , what carb?
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I got the puralator,myself and its definitely a must with a non stock carb.I can get close to vertical now on the .5 setting with my pony carb.
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Re: fuel pressure regulator, where to get ?

I'm running the stock fuel pump on a weber carb. After having read some of the posts the last few days I'm thinking about going to an electric pump. What do you do with stock pump when you do this, just bypass it?
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