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Adjustable fuel pressure regulator?

Where do I get one of these for a 7.5?

I emailed BBK, and they told me their regulators are not compatible with a 460.

I have some time before I need it, but want to get it ordered non-the-less.

Anybody know where to look?
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You can try this : Kirban Performance Unit.

It was used on a Cali truck in this thread: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/93...ds-update.html
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You can try this : Kirban Performance Unit. It was used on a Cali truck in this thread: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/93...ds-update.html
Thanks Logan. I dug into it some more, and found out that the 460 used the same regulator as the 5.0/5.8. I am probably going to order the BBK because it is about the same $ as the kirban reg.

I'll be repinning the harness with the new Fiveology kit tonight. More pics to come!
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Interested in seeing how all this goes together and works for you.
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Sorry for the delay folks. I got married a month ago and have been tending to that lately, but I will be pulling it back into the garage this week and getting back to the fun wiring harness jobs.
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