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How To install B&M's FPR

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1. Locate your Fuel Pressure Regulator (FPR)


2. Remove it via the (2) 10mm bolts holding it on.


3. Heres the underside. I've already taken the o-ring out. Don't throw it away!


4. Gather up your B&M FPR kit.


5. Here comes the part where you need to remove the upper portion of the stock FPR. Make sure to give it some gap(about 1/8"), so you don't damage the inner pin.



6. Don't cut it like this!


7. Heres what you should be looking at after you chop it off.


8. Clean up the edges with a sander.



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9. Install the provided O-ring into the B&M part.


10. Install the lower part of the kit to clamp everything together. Be sure to put the 'open' side facing the fuel inlet, as shown.


11. Slip the factory o-ring back onto the FPR, then screw it to the fuel rail.



12. Slip on the new Vacuum hose if desired, and your done!


Now wasnt that simple?
-Andrew
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on a roll i see :TU:
I see the extra important tool! CORONA EXTRA! wooot
I see the extra important tool! CORONA EXTRA! wooot
while using a bandsaw.......

hey lefty!!!!
Yeah, a corona is a very essential tool when dealing with bandsaws, fuel, and tools. ;)
Another nice write up. corona hehe. I would use a metal blade in the bandsaw those big ass teeth on the wood blade chop the shit out of metal. A 18t metal blade would cut down on the filing and give you a straighter cut.
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Yeah I used a wood blade, but as long as you go slow it's ok.

:)
Corona ftw
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my b&m fpr didn't come with a corona...damn ebay scams!
Sorry for your loss dude... maybe next time!
Sorry I am a noob. Can anyone explain what an after-market fuel pressure regulator allows you to do over stock?
increases fuel pressure by blocking the fuel return..and is not smog legal
good write up!!!
..and is not smog legal
And thats why I live in FL! no smog crap.
(sorry to rub it in bro...)


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And thats why I live in FL! no smog crap.
(sorry to rub it in bro...)


:hammer:
but we dont get hurricanes.lol
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too bad i did all of that and the damn FPR broke a month later... it wouldnt adjust down from 56psi... i had to change over to a stock fuel rail and fpr from an EG.

great guide though pics are very helpful
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