fuel pressure


Asked by Feb 15, 2010 at 08:42 PM about the 1989 Ford F-150

Question type: Car Customization

adjustable pressure regulator is it a good idea or no i have a 89 f-150 and i have a a lot of induction on stock injectors so i was thinking of boosting the fuel pressure do u think iit is a good idea

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what did you do sofar?


k&N air intake bbk twin 56mm throttle body eldelbrock perfromer intake upper and lower and a spacer inbetween the upper and lower intake


its like 1000 dollar top end its a race truck basically


bbk makes the reg

part of me says yes and part of me says no. if you know your shit and not wreck the engine then get it. if not then dont. this is fuel youre messing with.


i know how much psi should i run stock is 35-45 and the new one would go up to like 65 or 75 max


u havent even really touched the top end all u have is bolt ons ur biggest concerne should be mass air

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