Durable off road fuel regulator?

Cwdaniel

New Member
Joined
Dec 7, 2020
Posts
2
Reaction
0
Location
Tempe, AZ
I'm not in competition racing. Just a small sand car with a 2.4 ecotec LE5. My current edelbrock regulator has started having problems after a only a couple of seasons. Looking for recommendations on a better 50 to 70 psi unit with return.
 

Exp24

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 15, 2019
Posts
50
Reaction
55
Location
San Diego

We run the areomotive fuel set up on a ranger, no issues with any of their products
 

dan200

#BSF200
Joined
Aug 28, 2007
Posts
16,026
Reaction
8,112
Location
Tempe, AZ USSA
I'm not in competition racing. Just a small sand car with a 2.4 ecotec LE5. My current edelbrock regulator has started having problems after a only a couple of seasons. Looking for recommendations on a better 50 to 70 psi unit with return.
You should head over to the shop I work for. We have all the stuff ya need (parts and plumbing) including the aeromotive regulator above ^^^ on the shelf and people to make sure you're doing it right.

We're in Gilbert on McQueen, just south of Elliot Rd.


PS- if you have never been here before, prepare yourself. Its basically a "superstore".
 

dan200

#BSF200
Joined
Aug 28, 2007
Posts
16,026
Reaction
8,112
Location
Tempe, AZ USSA
Thanks, I have several paychecks worth of SDHQ parts involved in this buggy build 😀

May have to see you soon...
jajaja. It was gonna be weird if you were in Tempe and never heard of us. We have the showroom AC cranked up and we added some more mezzanine expanding the upstairs.

Good luck.
 
Top