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Old 05-20-2022, 10:36 AM #16
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They also make a banjo bolt replacement with an 1/8 NTP thread in the head also. Which measures the fuel rail pressure after the regulator.


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What's the difference in measuring fuel pressure before or after the regulator?

I thought before the regulator would be constant and after the regulator would fluctuate with rpm/load
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What's the difference in measuring fuel pressure before or after the regulator?

I thought before the regulator would be constant and after the regulator would fluctuate with rpm/load
Regulator is vacuum dependent and therefore load dependent so before the regulator it should be fairly stable, but increase with engine load (and as engine vacuum decreases). I'm not sure if there's even a spec for post regulator measurements as that fuel is returned to the fuel tank.
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What's the difference in measuring fuel pressure before or after the regulator?

I thought before the regulator would be constant and after the regulator would fluctuate with rpm/load
I'm not completely sure about your question..I was just putting this out there because their hadn't been any alternatives to checking fuel pressure besides the specialized union bolt for the fuel rail. I ended up dropping the tank and putting in a new fuel pump and it solved my issue with the lack of fuel. It read constant during idle and under very slow throttle input but as soon as I gave it anymore it would drop to like 10-15 psi.
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I was just putting this out there because their hadn't been any alternatives to checking fuel pressure besides the specialized union bolt for the fuel rail.
I ended up doing your mod. Works great thanks! 👍
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