Large 2-Port Regulators
MagnaFuel MP-9833-BLK Large 2-Port Regulator Features:
- Precise pressure control
- Adjustable base pressure
- Compatible with racing gasoline and alcohol fuels
- Fixed diameter orifice in a removable stainless steel cartridge
- Diaphragm-assisted control valve, designed to respond with minimal lag time
- Suitable for drag racing, circle track, road racing, mud bog, power boat and tractor pulling
- Recommended mounting in front of the carburetor, away from the engine flywheel area
How do you adjust a Magna fuel pressure regulator?
- Adjusting a MagnaFuel pressure regulator involves using the adjustment screw located on the regulator. Turn the screw clockwise to increase fuel pressure and counterclockwise to decrease it. It's essential to follow manufacturer guidelines and refer to the specific regulator's manual for proper adjustment.
Do cheap fuel pressure regulators work?
- The performance and reliability of inexpensive fuel pressure regulators may vary. Quality and precision play crucial roles in regulating fuel pressure effectively. It's recommended to opt for regulators from reputable brands like MagnaFuel to ensure consistent and accurate fuel pressure regulation for optimal engine performance.
What size ports are on a Holley fuel regulator?
- Holley fuel pressure regulators typically feature various port sizes, with some common sizes being 3/8-inch NPT, 1/4-inch NPT, or -6AN fittings. Always refer to the product specifications or documentation for accurate information about the port sizes available on specific Holley regulators.
What is the code for fuel pressure regulator 2?
- The code for a fuel pressure regulator can vary depending on the manufacturer and model. For MagnaFuel, the specific code or designation for their Fuel Pressure Regulator 2 is typically identified as "MP-9833-BLK," which corresponds to its unique product identification.
Is this compatible with Methanol?
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