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having the same issue right now, My input would be the fuel pressure regulator, Nothing should be able to tighten it up to build more fuel pressure, Less fuel pressure would open up the possibilites to more problems but when were dealing with higher than expected FP then I think its a regulator problem. I am going to install a universal, adjustable myself. Good luck. Remember that high fuel pressures will damage your injector orings and then you'll have a job to do... just did mine less than 1000kms ago.
(Sold) Late 99 f350,cc,lb,4x,auto. Warn hubs, 3" leveling, 4" dual BD with delete & 5" tips, PHP tunes, t500,k&n cold air, Glowshift (fuel,egt,boost,trans temp)
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Daily driver, 2004 f250 6.0, cc, sb, 4x, auto, 4" straight, voilant intake, autometer gauges, egr delete, 03 turbo, hutch mod, looney'd.