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Hi, I have seen a few people such as the 1989 endyn supercharged civic using
both the jrs and another aftermarket fuel regulator. Do you really need both?
anyone know?
 

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I heard that the jsr fmu is not that great and limited, why would you want to do that? Won't that make the B&M or any other fuel regulator useless.
 

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they are too different technologies. One works under boost, the other under vaccum. The JF FMU is crap, just get rid of it, get a cartech, and a B&M or AEM adjustable fuel regulator, and/or a standalone ECU,
 

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exciv2000 said:
they are too different technologies. One works under boost, the other under vaccum. The JF FMU is crap, just get rid of it, get a cartech, and a B&M or AEM adjustable fuel regulator, and/or a standalone ECU,

There just too many article that shown the fuel pressure both hook up that way and just didn't make sense to me? Such as C-speedracing.com and their gsr supercharged article. End of subject, thanks for the input.
 
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