STM E85 Safe FPR Kit for 2G DSM
1995-1999 2G DSM (Eclipse GST/GSX, Talon TSi Turbo)
• 2G Kit includes short fuel rail fitting (FRF-6S)
The STM FPR Kits for the 2G DSM include 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 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 90° Hose End Fitting (24902)||To Regulator|
|(1) Vibrant -6AN 90° Hose End Fitting (21906)||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 2G Short Fuel Rail Fitting with SS Hardware||To fuel rail|
|(1) Marshall Liquid-Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge||To front of regulator|
|(1) Vibrant 2-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 90° fittings|
|(1) 2 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
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I ordered the the E85 safe fpr. Austin at STM immediately contacted me to inform me that the had the “mini” fpr ready fo immediate shipping if I did not want to wait for the larger one. Considering I have limited time to complete this swap, the communication was greatly appreciated.
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