FUELAB - 52902 - 529 Series Electronic Fuel Pressure Regulator - 8AN

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FUELAB - 52902 - 529 Series Electronic Fuel Pressure Regulator - 8AN

-8AN Inlet/Outlet / Standard Seat / EFI (25-90 PSID)

FUELAB® electronic fuel pressure regulators work directly with our Prodigy line of fuel pumps to reduce heat build up and vapor lock conditions. The 529 series fuel pressure regulator sends a signal to the Prodigy pump to control return line flow rate. With the FUELAB® demand based system, true pump control is finally achievable and easy to install! Super fast response time, independent system, no calibration! Now compatible with our new 617xx Series FST and 72002 Fuel Pump Controller!


Regulator Features

Compatible with FUELAB® Prodigy fuel pumps (41401,41402,41403,42401,42402,91901 and 92902) EFI RANGE ONLY
Also works with 617xx Series FST and 72002 Fuel Pump Controller
Patented method for demand based flow control, able to detect changes in demand before change in rail pressure is realized. U.S. Patent 7,810,470
Automatically reduces current draw at low flow demand
Additional analog output to track actual fuel system capacity
Get the quick response of a mechanically regulated system, with the advantage of electronic flow control
Independent system, no other connections, control boxes or calibration required.
Gasoline, diesel, methanol, and ethanol fuel compatible
Billet Aluminum with anodize per military MIL-A-8625, Type II
Fine thread pitch for precise pressure adjustment
Versatile mounting bracket and stainless steel hardware
1/8” NPT gauge port with plug for external pressure gauge
1/8” NPT pressure reference port with barbed fitting
Backed by a 2-year limited warranty

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