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Old 05-02-2010, 02:22 AM
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Fuel pump regulator

do i go buy car year or engine year?
any recommendations?

walboro 255 fuel pump,
p28 ecu
and 450 cc injectors,

what do i need to look for with this setup?
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Re: Fuel pump regulator

i am pretty sure the prelude pump is the same.
the p28 is from a 92 -95 civic mt sohc vtec but you might as well get a chipped on.
440cc injectors.... rc or precision ones but you need to make sure your computer has been chipped to support that flow rate of injector. better off w/ chrome or hondata.
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i am pretty sure the prelude pump is the same.
the p28 is from a 92 -95 civic mt sohc vtec but you might as well get a chipped on.
440cc injectors.... rc or precision ones but you need to make sure your computer has been chipped to support that flow rate of injector. better off w/ chrome or hondata.
I ordered it chipped, from phearable.net,
my local friends kept telling me, it'll be safe and the right way to get a regulator, and one of them actually does know his stuff, the other one just thinks he does and is a jack ass. i got the 450cc dsm ones, basically the similiar set up with twoke, i have to switch to walboro 255, but I'm just asking if regulator is a must? because I read on here that it isnt unless im pushing over 260whp but I wont be, would the stock regulator handle it?
if not, what brand should i go with, or can i find a reliable ebay?
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Re: Fuel pump regulator

If you need to adjust your fuel pressure, then you'll want an adjustable regulator. Otherwise just tune the injectors to match stock pressure
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If you need to adjust your fuel pressure, then you'll want an adjustable regulator. Otherwise just tune the injectors to match stock pressure
how would you tune them? should i get AEM regulator or try ebay?
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