Aeromotive 13109 Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator, 40-75 PSI
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A stock fuel regulator may be fine for some, but they are not designed for performance or adjustability. The Aeromotive A1000 rising rate fuel pressure regulator allows you to adjust fuel pressure from 40-75 PSI and has a 1:1 boost referencing ratio if needed. EFI fuel pressure regulator has two -6 AN female O-ring inlet ports, and one outlet. There is also a 1/8" NPT port to mount a pressure gauge if desired.
- Base pressure adjustable from 40-75 PSI
- Gasoline and alcohol compatible
- Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio with boost
- 1/8” NPT gauge port
- Provides (2) ORB-06 inlet ports and (1) ORB-06 return port
- Bypass fuel pressure regulator
910-13109 Instructions (PDF)
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