B&M CommandFlo's are okay, but they're band for adjustment is not really that wide. for more adjustability, look into a Vortech. then again, the amt of adjustability you need depends on how much pressure you actually need. the Vortech goes to 75# i think, but you might wanna check their website for more info.
Thanks guys, i'm going on vacations and when i get back i get back to my teggy. Vortex sounds good if it adjust better than CFLO. Maybe is more expensive too. It's late and I don't have time to research. NY people watch out I'm on my way. Me and my wife are going to visit friends in MD and hopefully stop by NY. Later.
i'v heard good things about the B&M but also the AEM i'v heard that the AEM replaces the old one and the B&M bolts on 2 your old one.most likely i'm going 2 buy the B&M the good thing about the B&M is it's a lot cheaper
I got a frickin AEM and the fitting for the fuel return line interfered with a bump/weld-spot on my intake manifold, so I had to get out my drill and a sanding pad and take about an 1/8" off of it in order for the FPR to fit. Once that was done though, it worked fine for the $120 I paid for it.
I don't know if my intake manifold was different than the cars they used to design the FPR housing, so it could've just been a variation in my intake manifold that caused the interference.
I slapped on my AEM fuel rail and fpr with no problems (on a b16). my friend has everything AEM has to offer for the fuel system and the only problem was a clearance problem with the fpr and skunk2 tie bar... i know have a skunk2 tie bar b/c of it. thank you aem! everyone i know that uses aem swears by it though.
there's not really a setting that everybody can go by, especially for fuel pressure. first, you have to look at exactly what you have, and how far you are willing to go? are your injectors stock? if not, what is the flowrate of the injectors? a good way to tune it (and to me the only way) is on a dyno. make different runs, steadily increasing fuel pressure. once you see horsepower at its peak and no longer increasing (compared with the other runs), that is what you keep fuel pressure at. if you change your fuel pump or injectors, then your fuel pressure will also change. if you add any ecu piggy backs, or retune your ecu, then it's also a good idea to re-do the fuel pressure. if you're not going with aftermarket injectors, make sure you have good, clean injectors.
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