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Fuel pressure gauge

On a 2000 ex, where is the best place to plum a fuel pressure gauge?


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Make sure you get a gauge that will read up to 100 psi
Fuel pressure gauges can be quite expensive somewhere in the $200 range.
I've been considering going with an Edge CTS unit

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On a 2000 ex, where is the best place to plum a fuel pressure gauge?


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On the passenger lower side of the fuel bowl. That is post filter. If you need a gauge I am a dealer for Autometer and Isspro.

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Make sure you get a gauge that will read up to 100 psi
Fuel pressure gauges can be quite expensive somewhere in the $200 range.
I've been considering going with an Edge CTS unit
If you think fuel pressure gauges are expensive, wait until you see the cost of the edge fuel pressure setup

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