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8-25-05 23:16
TurboTronix Thats pretty damn expensive in my opinion for a regulator and some tubes, but what do I know when it comes to engines

I just got a KLZE swap and currently painting the IM so I have no idea if I should invest 500$ US on this...maybe if the price drops

Also what would be the shipping cost to Montreal Canada? I am planning to turbocharge the engine next summer...
8-6-05 2:00
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by Maverick06xx
Hey mike,
I dont have the FPR kit, is there a bulkbuy on the fpr kit itself? I would love to have a fpr kit.
The bulk buy price is our current MBX price at www.mbxmotorsports.net
8-5-05 19:13
Maverick06xx Hey mike,
I dont have the FPR kit, is there a bulkbuy on the fpr kit itself? I would love to have a fpr kit.
7-25-05 13:32
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by barkster
You're right!!! I AM local, now..... Heh!.. Please PM me your street address and/or phone... I may drop down very soon.

Appreciate the reply... but if I could cut thru the "marketing" bit on the regulator repasted from an earlier post... My question this time was more about a recommendation on the pump as a consequence of installing the regulator.

I may have to replace my fuel pump in the very near future, so what I really wanted to know was... when I replace the pump, IF I should also decide to install the dual feed regulator, should I also get a higher pressure/flow fuel pump instead of OEM?

I take it the answer will be yes, but why? Does the regulator "require" a higher pressure/flow pump to operate most efficiently? I know they come in a variety of sizes... so how much higher pressure/flow do I need for the dual feed on a NA car? How much is too much?
I would highly recommend replacing the fuel pump with a Walbro 190lph. Remember that having a high flow fuel pump and a completely adjustable/controllable fuel pressure regulator kit with unrestrictive fittings/lines will only increase hp/fuel efficiency and help control lean conditions. The regulator does not require a high flow fuel pump, but if your fuel pump may be on the way out, why not replace it? A Walbro 255HP or even LP would be too much if you dont plan on running boost or doing major performance upgrades. Also with the addition of the 190 and FPR, you could run Nitrous at a later point if you choose to do so We are in Prince Frederick, MD and you can call us at 202-369-5420
7-22-05 18:03
barkster You're right!!! I AM local, now..... Heh!.. Please PM me your street address and/or phone... I may drop down very soon.

Appreciate the reply... but if I could cut thru the "marketing" bit on the regulator repasted from an earlier post... My question this time was more about a recommendation on the pump as a consequence of installing the regulator.

I may have to replace my fuel pump in the very near future, so what I really wanted to know was... when I replace the pump, IF I should also decide to install the dual feed regulator, should I also get a higher pressure/flow fuel pump instead of OEM?

I take it the answer will be yes, but why? Does the regulator "require" a higher pressure/flow pump to operate most efficiently? I know they come in a variety of sizes... so how much higher pressure/flow do I need for the dual feed on a NA car? How much is too much?
7-22-05 15:20
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by barkster
I've got a normally aspirated car... If I got the dual feed kit, would you recommend for, against, or be indifferent about a high(er) performance fuel pump to go with it? And why?
Definately recommended, also with the addition of an upgraded fuel pump couldn't hurt either The advantages are awesome, with higher fuel pressure, less chances of running lean with deleting the very restrictive banjo bolt fittings, total control over your fuel pressure, upgraded lines and fuel flow also allowing you to view what your fuel pressure is actually running at w/o guessing. No more lean conditions on the #6 infamous cylinder and so much more!!!!! This will also allow for future performance upgrades where you will already have an advantage with already having these items.

We have them in stock! Looks like your local and could pick up as well
7-21-05 22:58
barkster I've got a normally aspirated car... If I got the dual feed kit, would you recommend for, against, or be indifferent about a high(er) performance fuel pump to go with it? And why?
4-13-05 12:17
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by ficonet
Is there still a bulk buy going on for this?

Yes, and you can go directly to our website and place your order at www.mbxmotorsports.net

We have them in stock and ready to ship! We have approximately 12 dual feed FPR kits in stock
4-13-05 12:13
ficonet Is there still a bulk buy going on for this?
3-15-05 15:02
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by luexiong
how long is this going to last???
At least through the end of this month
3-15-05 14:28
luexiong how long is this going to last???



Quote:
Originally Posted by MBXmotorsports
Yes and you can now order directly from our website at www.mbxmotorsports.net
3-13-05 22:22
MBXmotorsports
Quote:
Originally Posted by luexiong
is this bulk buy still going on?? if so i'm interested. let me know.
Yes and you can now order directly from our website at www.mbxmotorsports.net
3-13-05 13:12
luexiong is this bulk buy still going on?? if so i'm interested. let me know.
2-15-05 1:05
MBXmotorsports
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Originally Posted by JayGreaze
My question is. I have a ze, i wanted to know, Why the dual feed afpr is necesarrily better than the single feed one? IS the dual feed better for t/c and s/c setups or is it ideal for my setup because i plan on buying a fpr either way, I just wanted to know what specifically makes this the better setup?
The dual feed is the absolute ultimate in fuel pressure adjustability. You will eliminate all 3 restrictive banjo bolts on the rails, upgrade to larger stainless braided fuel lines, allow for equal fuel distribution and pressure across both fuel rails instead of having them looped which on the ZE leads to lean conditions across the #6 cylinder bank that ZE's are famous for.
2-15-05 0:26
JayGreaze My question is. I have a ze, i wanted to know, Why the dual feed afpr is necesarrily better than the single feed one? IS the dual feed better for t/c and s/c setups or is it ideal for my setup because i plan on buying a fpr either way, I just wanted to know what specifically makes this the better setup?
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