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Old 10-05-2007, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel pressure regulator to help cams?

I've had a pair of web cams installed in my rebuilt 4age. I definetely feel the additional pull, especially at higher RPMs. I can hear the increased inhalation of air by my engine too. In general I think air, fuel, and spark to make power. Does anyone think it's appropriate to get Fuel Pressure Regulator for this?

(Not sure about painting my bumper yet so I can use some of the money for something else for the time being...)

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Umm your current fuel pressure regulator should be good enough, I dont see how you'd be going that lean that the ECU cant compensate.
If you have access to a exhaust gas analyzer and a dyno, you can get an adjustable fuel pressure regulator or crush the OEM one a bit. But doing this by guessing wont result in anything good.
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