FPR (Fuel Pressure Reg) Forum Resource & Info Thread

Discussion in 'Other Almera Discussion' started by edk, Jul 4, 2011.

  1. edk

    edk Addicted to Torque Staff Member

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  2. chunky

    chunky

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    FOSSIL FUELS

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    Get an fse fpr I've already got a brand new gauge for setting up.
     
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  4. Liam

    Liam

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    Probably, but being that cheap i wouldnt bet on it being very accuate, or giving stable pressure.

    Personally id pay out a bit more for a Nismo or a Tomei ect alternative.
     
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  5. chunky

    chunky

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    Cheers Liam, know were i might get one?

    Mike
     
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    FOSSIL FUELS

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    Get a fse off of demon tweeks or off of eBay cheap as chips.
     
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    CoV

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    Gspec is usually pretty good for these. The one i wanted is out of stock for a while but they came back to me with an alternative
     
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    Liam

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    happyharrysco1

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    chunky

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    CoV

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    damn hope thats not the one im getting then lol
     
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    FOSSIL FUELS

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    The fpr was fine... just the gauge was nackered... works perfectly now..
    ;)
     
  14. mera red gti

    mera red gti

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    nothing wrong with fse afpr, had one fitted for years with no issues IF the gauge is removed after checks/adjustment. the gauge goes out of calibration over time. like anything, it has to be fitted correctly in the first place lol
     
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    RAJackson

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    steve at FC tuning will not map a car if it has an FSE AFPR.

    shit quality.
     
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    My Dyno proven performance did not change upon fitment of a Nismo FPR. In fact, it took away from peak power.
     
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    shaggy_master brapp brapp!

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    An FPR is not there to add power though Steve, surely you know that ?!
    Joe
     
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    I do, it was to take away any pre-concieved beliefs about what an FPR is for.
     
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    i thought they didnt give you extra power but we turned mine down at the dyno day and i gained 12bhp lol
     
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    HUH?! less fuel = MOAR POWAH!
     
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