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Old May 30th, 2008, 07:37 PM   #1
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fuel pressure

well i dont know if this is even possibe but a buddy of myne said he bumped the fuel pressure up on the line. i guess theres an allen head and you turn it and bam more fuel. well that was on a 01 superduty. can i do anything like that to my 94 bronco with a 302. he claimed it helped it run better.
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Old May 31st, 2008, 04:45 PM   #2
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well i dont know if this is even possibe but a buddy of myne said he bumped the fuel pressure up on the line. i guess theres an allen head and you turn it and bam more fuel. well that was on a 01 superduty. can i do anything like that to my 94 bronco with a 302. he claimed it helped it run better.
Not exactly sure, but on the 302 in mustangs you would need to get an adjustable fuel pressure regulator and bolt it in place of the stock fuel pressure regulator, then you can do as stated above.

Best would be to check the pressure you have first, usually only need to add pressure with slight mods. If you go with more extreme mods then you will need to go with bigger fuel injectors.

What is the issue you are having with it running?
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Old June 1st, 2008, 07:58 PM   #3
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no issue, other than i put on a msd 6al, blaster coil, intake, true duals, and it feels like if i give it more fuel it would run better. i just want to try it and see what i can get out of it.
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