Originally developed with the GM LT-1 engine specs in mind, these regulators were designed to keep these cars performing at their peak potential. These rail mount EFI regulators fit a variety of factory GM vehicles. Adjustable from 30-70 PSI. Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost. 1/8 in. NPT gauge port. Stainless steel spring, custom-designed for precise fuel control. A true billet regulator, CAD designed and CNC-machined. Return adapter may be replaced with P/N 15606 for a -06 return line (sold separately).
To help your car perform at its peak, Aeromotive's LT1 Adjustable Rail Mount Fuel Pressure Regulators were developed with LT1 specs in mind. They're true billet regulators designed specifically for 1992-96 Corvette, 1994-96 Camaro/Firebird, and 1994-96 Impala SS LT1 engines.
- Fully adjustable fuel pressure from 30-70 psi
- Vacuum/Boost reference on a 1:1 ratio
- E85 Compatible
- 1/8" NPT gauge/test pressure port
- Stainless steel spring custom designed for precise fuel control
- CNC-machined aluminum seat, ports, and housing
- Re-seating after shutdown prevents heat soak conditions
- Mounting brackets included
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