Rail Mount Regulators
Note: 1998 models had 3 designs of regulator. Replaces 2-bolts flange removable only, found on most early 1998 models.
Adjustable billet fuel pressure regulators designed to handle the demands of the Ford 4.6L, 5.0L and 5.4L engines. Installs easily on the stock factory fuel rail. Adjustable from 30-70 PSI. Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost. 1/8' NPT gauge port. Stainless steel spring, custom-designed for precise fuel control. Installation kit includes O-rings and gaskets.
Aeromotive's rail mount adjustable fuel pressure regulators directly replace the OE pieces and adjustable fuel pressures from 30 to 70 PSI. Each regulator is specifically engineered and built from CNC machined components.
- Fuel pressure increases on a 1:1 ratio with boost
- Stainless steel vacuum/boost fitting, pressure spring and mounting bracket.
- Re-seating after shutdown prevents heat soak conditions
- Installation kit includes O-Rings and Gaskets (if required).
- E85 Compatible
The Aeromotive Platinum Series is a fully polished, show quality line of fuel system components prepared for the discriminating street rod and show car builder.
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