FRPS Issues

PNSH3R

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I seem to be killing those things, no matter what and it is really killing the "cobra experience" for me. No matter how I get off of the gas, and if I shift lower in the RPMs I keep blowing the damn frps.
So, my question is what can I do to fix this, and not worry about blowing another sensor. I know that some people get the KB disc, but it seems to have mixed reults...
Does return style fuel system eliminate the FRPS?
 

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yep return style is your friend
 

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If you need a frps I have one for cheap...
 

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How much frp are you running, are you maxing out your fuel system and running high fuel pressure to compensate?
 
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should not be maxing anything out... I have removed the FRPP, and am running KB BAP & 60lbs injectors. Car has 4 lbs lower & 2.8 upper & home port job.
Bob tuned the car, and it runs pretty strong.
I guess I need to bug him again, as I've heard that they got some good deals on return style fuel systems. Not sure what else I would need though? Just the line & fuel pressure regulator & retune?
 

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Sorry, meant are you maxing out your stock pumps, if you are still on stock ones, and you are running higher fp. what power are you putting down with your current setup? I'm guessing between the higher fp ran and the pprv delete it is causing to much of a spike, that is causing the frps to blow. here's a link on some good info on the kb disc, and people who share the issue. http://www.svtperformance.com/forums/engine-tuning-214/281209-frps.html
 

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You can always get the Kenne Bell Disc, it helps with fuel spike and such, got mine from D Agostinos racing for like $15
 
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i think i need to pick this up for my car as well (the kb disc) i get a weird hesitation when i shift during "spirited" driving
 

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should not be maxing anything out... I have removed the FRPP, and am running KB BAP & 60lbs injectors. Car has 4 lbs lower & 2.8 upper & home port job.
Bob tuned the car, and it runs pretty strong.
I guess I need to bug him again, as I've heard that they got some good deals on return style fuel systems. Not sure what else I would need though? Just the line & fuel pressure regulator & retune?
do you have the BAP wired full time or on a hobbs switch?
 
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it is wired full time.....
 

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ok well that blows my mini theory.

I would definitley give the KB disc a try. For the price it is worth a shot.
 

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