1987-1992 Toyota Supra Turbo Fuel Pressure Regulator Install Kit MK3
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This exclusive install solution is a stainless-steel braided fuel hose kit for the Aeromotive AFPR, -10 or -6 port units. The installation kit includes two hoses and four hard to source fittings designed to make the installation of your already purchased Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator into your factory fuel rail and factory set-up, giving you a tuneable system with custom fabricated components that work perfectly on your 1987-1992 Supra Turbo MK3!!
This TFE-core hose has a 2,500psi operating pressure and a minimum of 10,000psi burst rating! This hose is rated to perform from -100 to 450'F. All fittings are provided for your fuel rail and the AFPR unit. Adapter size option is provided so you can select to match to your AFPR. The more popular -6an size is what we provide with our AFPR bundles. You can choose the larger -10an size if you have a different AFPR, typically used on cars over 650HP.
Install: Remove the stock AFPR from the fuel rail. Use the new supplied blue 12mm fitting with washer, thread it into the fuel rail. Use a light application of teflon pipe paste on the threads. (Don't use tape, it can shred and get caught in the systems passages.) Securely attach the three fittings on the AFPR, no paste is needed here, the o-rings do the job. Now attach your hoses for the AFPR inlet and outlet. Remove the hoses to/from the J-Tube. Locate the fuel-return hardline near the car's frame. Cut the factory fuel-return rubber hose a few inches up from the hardline. Clamp the hose connector onto the SS hose's straight tube. Mount the AFPR to the strut tower. Attach the 1/4" pressure control hose from the original factory location. Follow the instructions provided with the AFPR to set the base fuel pressure level.