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Old 08-13-2008, 05:23 PM
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Mike Here is what I was reffering to on the phone.


http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=skuhttp://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

Run this after the carbs on the end of the fuel rail.
then return to the tank.




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Gerry your alive? Good to hear from you hope to see you att the Run. And ill check the link now. Thanks everyone also
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That regulator is the factory procharger fmu regulator,its supposed to be boost referencing, They are problem prone,I wouldn't waste my time with it,most guys end up tearing it off in disgust because they either stick after going into boost or don't boost reference reliably. A much better way to go is to use a std efi aeromitive regulator to set and hold your base pressure then send its discharge/return fuel loopthru a second regulator,a bell/cartech industries rising rate 2027regulator like shown in my second pic. I discovered this setup after having alot of problems with my own factory procharger regulator. Tyler Crockett has endosred this setup and also uses it now,Smitty
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Do you remember the part # for the Aeromotive regulator for base pressure? I'm changing over to the system your using, I'm tired of Procharger's regulator !!!! Greg
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Hey EYE is it that much of piece. The guy i bought it off is cool. He is getting me an Aeromotive one with boost ref. 1:1
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Like Smitty said in a earlier post boost referencing has not been reliable. I have been dealing with this reliability issue for a couple of years and just getting tired of it, not willing to risk burned up pistons for a few hundred bucks.

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That regulator is the factory procharger fmu regulator,its supposed to be boost referencing, They are problem prone,I wouldn't waste my time with it,most guys end up tearing it off in disgust because they either stick after going into boost or don't boost reference reliably. A much better way to go is to use a std efi aeromitive regulator to set and hold your base pressure then send its discharge/return fuel loopthru a second regulator,a bell/cartech industries rising rate 2027regulator like shown in my second pic. I discovered this setup after having alot of problems with my own factory procharger regulator. Tyler Crockett has endosred this setup and also uses it now,Smitty
http://www.cartech.net/fmu2020.htm
Does anyone have a diagram on how to plumb this style set up into a fuel system?? This elimantes the factory FPR correct?? can you use a Vortec FMU ? what fuel pump should I run ?? Should I still remap the ECU with this style set up Thanks in advance for any input
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Matt what are we talking for power/motor. Seems everyone is running an Aeromotive A1000 thats what i have.
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454 mag is the power Im adding a Procharger M3
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