Up because I would like to know as well :up: :up:blue92da said:I've noticed that most people mount the FPR on the chassis (i.e. firewall, or shock tower portion), but some people also mount it directly to the fuel rail.
Have you heard of any cases where the vibrations from the motor can effectively shake loose the FPR from the fuel rail or whether or not the vibrations affect the FPR's performance regulating fuel pressure because its on the motor?
Also, isn't it more efficient to regulate the pressure from the fuel rail side (i.e. having the FPR attached directly on the fuel rail) than having a fuel line extending out of the fuel rail to the FPR's inlet?
Hey Nikos.... ANy pics of the "old" setup?