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Old 03-22-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Regulator options - PP Typhoon intake on my 98 TA

I realize I need a regulator to make this work. PP has the kit for like $115, but I'm wondering if there is a better, and hopefully cheaper, option for this?

I'm going to be doing heads/cam/intake soon and I'm trying to get everything together for the swap.
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I just used the factory setup and the fitting they gave
me, with a Y-block to -AN hose. I didn't like the loop-
through scheme shown in their install docs. Someday
I will redo the front rail connections for a manifold-
referenced FPR up front, but I need to figure out how
to plumb that.
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Yours is an 02 though, isn't the setup different on a 98?
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Nope the same no need for an aftermarket regulator. Your factory reg. is in the fuel tank.
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Sweet. Thanks man!

I'm going to start doing this swap this weekend!
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