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Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

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Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

Postby Mickymoe » Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:38 am

As per title. Have a GReddy kit on a 3SGE altezza. Have apexi power fc ecu and 540cc sard injectors to put in. Just wondering what is a decent/ what is the most commonly used fuel pressure regulator by people on here for a turbo'd altezza? Do I want a rising rate regualtor or no? I was looking at the Sard rising rate regulator around £100.

Any input is very much welcome!

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Re: Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

Postby Soiled » Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:19 am

If it's only the GReddy kit and 540cc injectors run the factory one.

Only need to worry about it if you're making it a return system.

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Re: Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

Postby Mickymoe » Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:28 pm

Sorry yes, I am putting in a return fuel line along with an upgraded fuel pump also!

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Re: Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

Postby Soiled » Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:35 pm

Upgraded fuel pump with the factory set up works fine. I used this up to 200kW (GReddy kit, 540cc injectors and upgraded fuel pump) with no issues.

But a sard one will work fine too, I use a tomei rising rate fpr. Any genuine one will do the job, just make sure it's not a counterfeit.

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Re: Decent FPR for turbo Altezza

Postby Mickymoe » Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:49 pm

Cheers for the input fella


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