Specifically designed for carbureted street or racing engines on gasoline, the SS-Series adjustable regulator offers higher flow, quicker response and less pressure creep than competing two-port designs. Popular in circle track applications up to and including NASCAR level horsepower and as a dedicated nitrous regulator. Adjustable from 5-10 PSI. P/N 13201 provides ORB-06 inlet and outlet ports. 1/8' NPT gauge port. Regulator re-seats when the needle and seat closes, preventing pressure creep. Includes mounting bracket. Not rated for alcohol fuels, ethanol or methanol.
CNC-machined and adjustable from 5-12 psi, Aeromotive 2-Port Fuel Pressure Regulators are an excellent upgrade from the competition. Ideal for carbureted and dedicated nitrous applications where higher flow and quicker response is desired. Re-seats after needle shuts down to prevent pressure creep. Mounting bracket included. Gasoline Compatible Only.
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Is there a max pressure input that would cause damage to regulator the pump we are using makes 20ish psi will it still regulate don to 5 psi
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