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Has anyone tried the D&D Fuel Pressure regulator? At $99 it seems that if it does the Job a lot better value than the boondocker. Reading the Boondocker reports it sounds like fattening it up everywhere works well so a 5psi boost everywhere(from the regulator - what does this equte to on a Boondocker?) is more than enough. Is it easy to get to the regulator to change it, or is it buried?

What about the D&D Single Pipe, any field Reports.

I have Bulls-eyes, thinking of ordering the Y-Pipe, Single, Pipe Fuel Pressure Regulator and D&D Clutch Kit.

What tools do I need to change the Helix and Spring in the Secondary?

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Not sure where u r located, but seems like you'd be a good candidate for a dyno session (no, I am not in the business).

My pipe mod mfg recommeded a fuel reducer as the mod apparently richens up the top end. Reality is I am somewhat guessing by the psi guage at wot. I could be leaving HP on the table, or I could be just over the edge. A good dyno will dial me in to max safe HP. I think when mixing various engine/fuel mods a good dyno is the best couple hundred you can spend. Just my $.02
 

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The regulator is for use on the very lean crossfires and m-sleds with stock pipe/y-pipe combo. Boondocker required for single pipe.
 
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