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I am trying the fuel rail and the presure reg from the HOLLY line! They are made for the civics but when I looked at them they match up preaty good with the factory line! I haven't tried it yet but I will soon!


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which year civics?


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i do believe that most of the fuel lines on all late models civics and integras use the same one! Go to yer local speed shop and ask to see a fuel rail that will fit the hondas!



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The fuel-pressure regulator used by most Hyundai tuners here in the U.K. is known as an F.S.E. , but is stamped "Malpas-made in Italy".It is adjustable up to 170% of the original equipment and gives much better throttle response / acceleration in my Scoupe Turbo. Cost here is £65.00 (about $95.00US).


<hr width=60% noshade size=1 align=left>I own a `96 S-COUPE M.V.T.I. Turbo S.E...the run
out final model with lowered factory sports suspension & body-kit + 3-spoke alloys.
My mods. to date include revised induction (foam
filter) & F.S.E. fuel - pressure boost valve.
 

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thanks, i think i'm going with the aem fpr though.


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