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Old 10-22-2003   #1
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just looking around and was wondering a few things. from what i know the stock fp on a 1g is around 35-36 psi. and on a 2g it's 40-41. now alot of people opt to bump their 1g's fp with an afpr, but i was wondering if it is possible to swap a 2g on to a 1g. or i've also heard that the fpr off a 1990 colt 1.5l 200gt has a base rate of 44 psi and will bolt onto a 1g and is a rising rate. if anyone knows if this would work maybe they could chime in.
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Old 10-23-2003   #2
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2G FPR won't bolt up to a 1G.
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Old 10-23-2003   #3
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if your looking for a cheap non-holding solution to pump up your baseline fuel pressure and therefore destroy all posibilities of a good tune, go with a b&m, LoL.
Why the need for fuel pressure bump? are you overclocking your injectors? running out of fuel? i trust aeromotive products, when it comes to things like fuel delivery, skimping isn't always the best method..
just my $.02.
p.s. i've also heard the rumors about the colt regulator, and shane is right the 2g fpr and the 1g fpr aren't interchangeable.
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Old 10-23-2003   #4
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YOu can use a 2G Fuel Rail with a 2G FPR though. personally just stay with the stock fuel rail and get a Aftermarket FPR.
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Old 10-23-2003   #5
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if i had all the money i needed i wouldn't ask these questions. as far as what i thought being a dsmer also ment the ability to make and design systems that aren't the norm that everybody has or can buy. true there is a point when making a part just won't cut it, but i like knowing that i have the ability to try and learn. some people have the luxury of buying whatever they need, i live on my own, pay rent amongst plenty of other bills and own 2 other vehicles including one other project that all require time and money. sorry to vent, i'm just sick of everyone saying you are a cheap ass if you don't just buy the part.
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Well if we don't know the lifestyle then how can you judge. My bad. Your not a cheap ass. I am the cheap ass. LOL It's all good.
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Old 10-23-2003   #7
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You have to realize that most dsmer's are broke from having to fix their car all the time So we are all in the same boat together.
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Old 10-23-2003   #8
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no problem, just letting everyone know where i'm coming from. i'm not cheap, just a broke ass dsmer :cheers:
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