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Old 04-11-2012, 09:44 PM   #1
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Does anybody know how do "delete" a stock FPR mounted on the stock rails? This is a 2000 GMC Truck- 6.0L so it is a return type. I am looking to add an aftermarket (magnafuel) boost referenced FPR on my return line and don't want the stock FPR to regulate the fuel before it gets to my adjustable FPR. I am running the stock rails, feed and return with 2 walbro's in the tank one set on a hobbs switch. Any input is appreciated.
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There are adjustable, vacuum referenced Bosch style regulators out there if you're trying to keep your stock fuel rails... otherwise, maybe you can replace it with a gutted pulse dampener or simply gut your stock FPR? Lingenfelter also has these plugs. I have no idea how they would work though.

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Lingenfelter also has these plugs. I have no idea how they would work though.
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I'm not sure if the truck tanks/rails are the same as F-bodies... but the regulator is actually inside the tank on the sending unit.. It has to be removed to be eliminated
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yea, ive heard that about F-bodies. but my regulator is mounted on the drivers side fuel rail.
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Yes, they do, but how much? Just the front so fuel doesn't spill all over the intake manifold? Or does it completely cut off the circulation (via the cross-over) that a stock f-body fuel rail needs? Unfortunately the pics don't answer that for me. Would you happen to know? It seems like you may be very familiar with Lingenfelter's product!
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