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M10/M20/M30 billet adjustable fuel pressure regulators

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    #31
    im not going in on this. if he wanted to sell he should be on here.
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      #32
      we're prob better off talking to Kirban ourselves

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        #33
        http://www.kirbanperformance.com/pro...R+%236547.html
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        91 - 325i now
        99 - e36 M3 then
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          #34
          You thinking that'll fit our fuel rail?

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            #35
            Anyone ever figure this out? I'm looking to pick one up for my E30.

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              #36
              For anyone still interested in this, I am about to pick two of them up. Received an email from Dennis Kirban today and he says the part number for these adjustable regulators is 4037. They run $149.95 a piece.

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                #37
                Just sent an email to Kirban since they don't have #4037 on their site anymore. Hoping they can supply the FPR with a 5/16" nipple for direct factory FPR replacement.

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                  #38
                  hey i know this is totally old but i have a big need for a better flowing regulator
                  ^and to answer your hopes these guys make one like that.

                  https://www.lindseyracing.com/LR/Porsche/944-4037.html

                  just sucks that there's no real info on these or if they flow well.
                  or if it's even rated for e85

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                    #39
                    Kirban still has #4037 available too -- just email them.

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