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i have a seperate fuel pump for my nitrous and i have a 2 stage plate. can i use one fuel reg to run both stages or should i use one for each kit?
 

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reviving this...I've got a similar setup...I realize in a perfect setup it should have two but can it be done with one or will the regulator do something funky when you turn the second stage on
 

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seen some fast cars with 1 regulater and 2 stage plates....adjusted the kits with jets....i myself run a regulator on each kit.
 

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Take a look at the Rehr-Morrison nitrous setups, they are using one large regulator for 4 kits...just a different approach. They adjust with jetting, then adjust the fuel with the single regulator. The traditional or most common path is using one regulator per kit. Matter of preference.
 

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good to know, I always saw multiple regulators and didn't know if it was preference or a necessity...thanks guys
 

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the way i understand the rm/speedtech approach is that they run the big aeromotive single return style regulator on the back side of the log or rail.. they also run bleeds in front of each solenoid returning to the cell to keep fuel moving..more of a dynamic approach like fuel injection.. you need a large magnafuel, aeromotive or product engineering pump to supply enough volume so you do not see lean spikes as the systems are activated.. does anyone have any pics of these systems?
 

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on those running one regulator, is it advisable to run a -8 feed to the y and then -6 to the fuel noids or is -6 pre and post y ok?
 
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