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Old 01-30-2012, 05:31 PM
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Question FRx Fuel rail crossover

i just saw Riffraffs FRx Fuel Rail Crossover™ and i was wondering if this is as good as a full regulated return and what benfits will i see if i install one of these on my truck? i have an edge chip (for now) intake, 4" exhuast, adrenaline HPOP, and hpx oil crossover, and a stock turbo with ATS intake housing and larger exhaust housing. thanks for any input
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It's not exactly a full RR like you said, but unless you're going to be pushing a lot of power, you won't need a full RR. Mainly it'll quiet the injectors since they will have a more consistent fuel supply with air flowing out of the system.
FWIW, you don't really need a HPOXover with an Adrenaline. In fact, they advise against it.
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Im putting in Stage 1s and as I'd like them to last as long as possible, I'm installing the FRx. Its inexpensive piece of mind to eliminate fuel starvation and air from damaging the #8 injector (which is why i have the stage 1s coming in the first place)
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I have it, pretty good piece, and excellent customer service
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hey thx for the advise guys
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have fun getting the fuel rail plugs out.. Man what a pain in the A55 that was!!! The back one was easy, but the one on the passenger side wasn't working out real well for me. The instructions I had said to use a vice grip, I wouldn't try that first, see if you can get it with a small wrench first.
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It's not exactly a full RR like you said, but unless you're going to be pushing a lot of power, you won't need a full RR. Mainly it'll quiet the injectors since they will have a more consistent fuel supply with air flowing out of the system.
FWIW, you don't really need a HPOXover with an Adrenaline. In fact, they advise against it.
He's not talking about a oil crossover. He's talking about a fuel crossover that goes between the fuel rails in the heads. The plugs they are talking about are on the very backs of the heads. And yeah, they are fun to get to.

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I have it, pretty good piece, and excellent customer service
X2, Although I bought mine from Guzzel's
I was very pleased with the way it quieted my motor down. No more Cackle.
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X2, Although I bought mine from Guzzel's
I was very pleased with the way it quieted my motor down. No more Cackle.
I noticed a very slight noise difference at idle, pretty much unnoticeable, after I installed my FRX. But, the HPX made a huge difference at idle. Incredible how much of a difference it made.
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i just saw Riffraffs FRx Fuel Rail Crossover™ and i was wondering if this is as good as a full regulated return and what benfits will i see if i install one of these on my truck? i have an edge chip (for now) intake, 4" exhuast, adrenaline HPOP, and hpx oil crossover, and a stock turbo with ATS intake housing and larger exhaust housing. thanks for any input
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He's not talking about a oil crossover. He's talking about a fuel crossover that goes between the fuel rails in the heads. The plugs they are talking about are on the very backs of the heads. And yeah, they are fun to get to.

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I believe he is talking about hpx in the OP's original post.

While your at it..this should help get some more air out...

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