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: need an fpr


ricot83
30th June 2005, 09:21 PM
i need a 3bar fpr for a 9-3... if anyone has one kickin around.. think a ng900 one would suffice as well... anyone???

Adrian W
30th June 2005, 10:19 PM
i need a 3bar fpr for a 9-3... if anyone has one kickin around.. think a ng900 one would suffice as well... anyone???

Uhhhh ... the 9-3's FPR is a 3.0bar regulator. ;) Do you mean, 3.3 or 3.5 bar? :confused:

ricot83
30th June 2005, 11:13 PM
nope i mean i need a 3bar..... adrian i think u r smart enouhg to figure this one out... unless of course someone wants to just give me a 3.3 or 3.5bar fpr thats cool too

Adrian W
30th June 2005, 11:49 PM
nope i mean i need a 3bar..... adrian i think u r smart enouhg to figure this one out... unless of course someone wants to just give me a 3.3 or 3.5bar fpr thats cool too

:lol: I thought you meant you needed an upgrade since this is the performance section.

I wonder if a naturally aspirated C900's 3.0 bar FPR would fit the newer fuel rail. Probably not, but if it does you might find one in a junkyard. :)

WyldSaabMan
1st July 2005, 12:21 AM
gonna crush one rico? :cool:

EDIT: I just looked at the fuel rail from my totaled 900s looks like the 2.3i had a 3.0 bar FPR, so its your if you want it, just gotta buy me a beer or something:D

then of course I will want one somewhere down the line lol

stromer
1st July 2005, 12:24 AM
How about doing two, one for me, while you're at it? :lol:

ricot83
2nd July 2005, 10:00 PM
hey josh deffinately ill take that.. ill roll your fenders for u too :) i just did MIKE's... lemme know when it takes about 30min to roll the fenders...

WyldSaabMan
3rd July 2005, 12:56 AM
you got a fender roller? yeah that sounds good to me, if i have ever need a fpr ill just find one somewhere, they cant be that hard to come across,

Ill have to come up to the pike on of these days, possibly this wednesday

Vigge
3rd July 2005, 05:41 AM
Buy an adjustable cover for the std regulator if you want to play around with fuel pressure. This will save you the trouble what you will encounter with crushing.


Also be aware of Trionics behaviour when you lift the fuel pressure...