Originally posted by jsupetran
Originally posted by nosdeclipse i usually don't disagree with most of you guys, but on the comment on not using the rising rate regulator. i see way too many people using it on high boost applications with no problems. i believe it is a matter of preference and with the proper tuning should not be an issue. i don't plan on going to the 8 injector setup and don't think i ever will. like i said, i think it is a matter of preference.
Ummm no. Rising fuel pressure reg are very much for low boost aps. It is a, "good solution" in terms having no computer controlling fuel with boost, It just rises, you can't adjust it per rpm, so the tuning issues are LIMITED. It's great for low boost 11 or less, but the higher the boost, then the more need their is to have a more sohisticated fuel system. -------jezreel 1998 GS with hrc stage 2, sfmu, ml, prokits, egt, boost gauge, apexi tt, haydans tranny cooler, costum dp, dr. uber groundwires, dynotune fp gauge. gst muff, turbo spoiler Boostin since Aug 03. nothing like driving with the windows down and the music low: i love hearing the turbo spool, swwwhhhttt!!!! thanks for www.kaptainmyke.com
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