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Tomei Fuel Pressure Regulator Type-L - Universal

MODEL # TOM 185002
Manufacturer Part # 185002

$162.00

MSRP: $180.00

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Description

RallySport Direct carries the Tomei Type-L Fuel Pressure Regulator for those of you who are building a fuel system. If you have an aftermarket fuel pump, injectors, and a fuel rail, then you will eventually need to find a way to control the fuel.

Here are the details:

  • Designed for high boost and high power applications
  • Adjustable
  • Oversized diaphragm designed to maintain the required pressure levels
  • Black anodized finish
  • Comes with 6AN adaptors and #8 nipple connectors
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Specifications


Brand: Tomei
Adjustable: Yes
Fuel Pressure Gauge Port Size: 1/8PT
Inlet Size: 1/8NPT
Outlet Size: 1/8NPT

Mfgr. Warranty: No Warranty
Condition: New Product
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RallySport Guarantee - 30 Days


Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.

RallySport Guarantee items may be returned within 30 days of the original invoice date and must include all the original parts and contents for a refund.

The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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BoostedBob 3 years ago
This is my second purchase of this unit, the first buy was from a third party but was new in box. 6 months later it started chirping and whining. Thinking it may have been a issue from before I decided to buy it again. Lasted a little longer then the old one. Bumped the base pressure to 55psi on the new turbo setup and two days later exact same noise as the old one. Now my fueling is all wonky. Save your money and get a Aeromotive or a Fiore.
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ew, gross.
oneshot 3 years ago
Bought it and had a problem straight out of the box. 1/8 npt thread for fuel pressure gauge wasn't 1/8 npt... had to tap it to work. FPR did good for 2 months then started whining and chirping. Started having afr spikes then started going lean for a few seconds frequently. Now i know why it doesn't have a manufacturer warrenty... if you want a big boy FPR take it from me and get the Aeromotive FPR. Because Murica made!
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Does what it's suppose to do
oneshot 4 years ago
I may have just gotten a bad FPR in regards to the gauge hole threading. It's a standard thread but for some reason it didn't line up. Maybe the bit they used was going bad but I was able to rethread and it works perfectly fine. Mounted it onto the fire wall and I can hear it pumping at idle which I think is cool lol
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compact, effective, quality part
sechrestr15718 4 years ago
Purchased this type L FPR for my 2007 STI (Blouch Dom 3, FMIC, etc) to install when installing Cosworth fuel rails. FPR compact, easy to locate into fuel lines (with AN fittings), easy to adjust.
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  • Q: Vacuum hose  Manslakeshow04313 1 year ago

    Answer

    On a 2005 STI do you know the hose diameter for the vacuum hose on the FPR?


    • A: We do not have the specifications on the OEM vacuum hose.


      Jared A. 1 year ago
  • Q: Should I buy fuel dampers?  apossibly89 3 years ago

    Answer

    I have a 2010 WRX with a 20G turbo, 1100cc FIC injectors, and DW65c fuel pump. My tuner told me I was limited around 400hp/tq on E85 due to limited fuel supply, but I suspect it as the regulator. If I upgrade my regulator, should I upgrade with the older style fuel dampers (42086FE040, 42086FE030) and why?


    • A: We highly recommend upgrading your dampers with the Type-L upgrade and as for your fueling issues, if this doesn't fix it, we recommend switching to a higher flow pump.


      guest57853c642a8d25b5018c44a7 3 years ago
  • Q: tune for fuel regulator?   oneshot 4 years ago

    Answer

    I have a fully built 07 sti and I'm having rich conditions cruising all the sudden, so I suspect a fuel related issue, would a tune be needed? I have the stock regulator on a 410 whp subie Thanks!


    • A: As long as you set the fuel pressure to the same as the stock regulator (43.5 psi), then a tune should not be necessary. We recommend doing and comparing datalogs before and after installing the FPR to make sure no settings have changed.


      Zach G. 4 years ago
  • Q: To Much??  04sti808 4 years ago

    Answer

    I have an 04' STI, currently Cobb Stage 2. I am doing ID 1000cc injectors with upgraded rails, 255lph walb., perrin quad core frount mount, one step colder ngk plugs, and a pro tune. Shooting for 430 on E85 at 6000ft elev. 395 on 91. Would this be too large of an FPR to use, or would it work perfect with my set up ??


    • A: This would be a solid choice for your situation since you are running E85. Of course it is always best to speak with your tuner to see what your requirements may be for the setup.


      Nick S. 4 years ago
  • Q: Differences  KornShaDoW097 4 years ago

    Answer

    Is there a benefit/drawback to using a S vs. L? For 500-600WHP ? Bought an L type so I want to know if there is a good reason to keep it or exchange it and save some cash.


    • A: The L is a larger unit in terms of physical size so its able to support larger amount of fuel flow. The S is more compact and is easier to install due to it being smaller. Other then that it will be a restriction to flow on a car that has that high of a fuel demand.


      Kirill C. 4 years ago
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This item is non application specific.
Please verify compatibility before purchase. May require some modification for proper installation.