Fitting Aftermarket Fuel Pressure Regulators

Discussion in 'Technical' started by zedboy, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. zedboy

    zedboy Active Member

    Hey Guys

    Looking at getting a Sard, Turbosmart 800 or Tomei Type L fuel pressure regulator for the zed.

    Plan is to have OEM rail modified with -6 fittings twin in/out setup with Jecs 750cc injectors, twin return to the fuel reg and also run a pressure gauge.

    Now can anyone please post some pics of how they have there fuel reg setup on the car - can I mount it to the OEM filter bracket/fuel hardlines? Also keeping battery in the engine bay.

    Also any feedback on the regs themselves would also be great!

  2. MagicMike

    MagicMike Moderator Staff Member

    I have my sard mounted next to the battery on the firewall. Has a gauge on it.

    Ditch the hardlines and dampner.
  3. zedboy

    zedboy Active Member

    Planning to ditch hardlines and dampner Mike, do you still have the battery? Any pics?

  4. ProckyZ89

    ProckyZ89 Senior Member

    Zed boy your set up is more or less exactly what mine is - inbox me your number and ill send over a few pics to you- I'm heading out to the car in 30 mins (I have the turbosmart)
  5. zedboy

    zedboy Active Member

    Pm sent.

    Hey did you do AN or barb fittings? Will also check your build thread.

    Braid and AN fittings are going to cost about $200 as much as I love braid and it's piss easy to make the lines I think I might go barb fittings which will cost about $20 + hose.

  6. rob260

    rob260 Administrator Staff Member

    Tomei and Sard are very similar, except I believe Tomei is hard anodised.
  7. MagicMike

    MagicMike Moderator Staff Member

    Best I got atm


    WYKKED <b><font color=red>2 Much Trouble</font></b>

    I have an SX fuel reg and -6 fittings. This is the only pic I currently have.

  9. WazTTed

    WazTTed Grease Monkey

    is that a inline check filter / one way valve on the feed line?
  10. WYKKED

    WYKKED <b><font color=red>2 Much Trouble</font></b>

    That is an Edelbrock inline filter on the supply line and a sender unit for a remote pressure guage mounted to the reg.

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