STM E85 Safe FPR Kit - Evo 8/9
2003-2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII-IX
The STM Standard FPR Kit for the Evo 8/9 includes all fittings, hardware and line to go from your fuel rail to factory-style or -6AN outlet regulator and back to the return line. The STM Standard FPR Kit includes a -6AN Fuelab Regulator (Standard or Mini) in your choice of 6 colors and is 100% E85 safe.
• Includes every part needed to bolt-in and work
• Soft nylon braided hose will not scratch like stainless
• Silicone-filled fuel pressure gauge
• Fuelab regulator in your choice of 6 colors
• 100% E85 safe
Mini or Standard Regulator
Black, Red, Blue, Purple, Green or Gold
|(1) Fuelab -6AN Fuel Pressure Regulator (51502)||Generally mounted on firewall|
|(1) Vibrant -6AN ORB 45° Hose End Fitting (24402)||To Regulator|
|(1) Vibrant -6AN 45° Hose End Fitting (21406)||To fuel rail fitting|
|(1) STM -6AN Barb Fitting (STM-6AN-7MM)||To bottom port of regulator|
|(1) Russell -6AN Port Plug (660273)||To right side of regulator|
|(2) -4AN Hose Clamps||For push-on hose|
|(1) STM Fuel Rail Fitting with SS Hardware||To fuel rail|
|(1) STM Liquid-Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge||To front of regulator|
|(1) Vibrant 3-Foot Length -4AN Push-On Hose (16324)||From bottom of FPR to factory hard line|
|(1) Vibrant 2-Foot Length -6AN Black Braided Hose (11956)||Between both 45° fittings|
|(1) 3 Foot Section 3mm Silicone Vacuum Line||FPR to boost source|
The blue O-rings and plug are not used.
Thread Tape should be used on the gauge and the brass fitting.
Do NOT use thread tape on AN fittings!
We recommend: PROFITTER 500° LOW DENSITY PTFE PIPE TAPE
All of the parts are high quality and there is plenty of extra length in the provided lines for different placement options.
My only complaint(and it's barely a complaint) is that you're kind of left to your own devices as far as placement. There are no suggestions on where people usually mount the FPR. I ended up mounting mine to the side of the intake manifold where the stock FPR solenoid was before install and that worked out well.
That said, very happy with the kit.
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