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Old 12-03-2010, 04:29 PM
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Setting fuel pressure with airdog II and RR?

I'm runnin an airdog II and a regulated return and have been playin with the fuel pressure the past couple of days. I'm regulating the fuel at the regulator and I have it set to about 55 psi but it will touch around 68 on a mild acceleration and will sit at about 60 at WOT. Anyone know the best way to set these?
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Old 12-04-2010, 03:26 AM
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Seems as others post up to set the AD higher than the RR regulator.
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i would like the answer to your question also.
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When I set mine up, the guy at ITP told me to set the Airdog about 5-8 psi than the regulator on the RR.
It has been fine now for about 2 years.
I have the RR set at 62psi, and I have the ADII 130/75.
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Seems as others post up to set the AD higher than the RR regulator.
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When I set mine up, the guy at ITP told me to set the Airdog about 5-8 psi than the regulator on the RR.It has been fine now for about 2 years.
I have the RR set at 62psi, and I have the ADII 130/75.
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I'm runnin an airdog II and a regulated return and have been playin with the fuel pressure the past couple of days. I'm regulating the fuel at the regulator and I have it set to about 55 psi but it will touch around 68 on a mild acceleration and will sit at about 60 at WOT. Anyone know the best way to set these?
You're seeing pressure go up with load? Do you have the reference port on the regulator plumbed to athmosphere or to boost reference?
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