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i just did the same thing, i have an aeromotive from summit for $109.88 part #AEI-13103, looks much cleaner installed this way
 

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im 99% sure my bbk reg has a port
 

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Thanks for the replies guys...Nails that is the one i'm considering...Do you have a picture or could you take one of your setup and show it to me with the gauge mounted...did you have room to just screw the gauge in...or did you have to use a relocation hose and fittings...Please let me know...Thanks again,

Jason
 

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yeah ill take a picture for you tomorrow, just got a short brass nipple and a brass tee (i have both a guage and sensor on mine) looks clean and more practical
 

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Cool I look for it tomorrow...I am going to order one...What is the "sensor" you put on it?...Please take several closeups...
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Jason
 

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i have an autometer electronic fuel pressure guage inside the car also, it is the sending unit for it
 

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here are 2 pictures i took of the guage installed directly to the fpr. hope this works
 

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Thanks man...How difficult is it to change this thing...A guy told me that you had to take the intake off is that true????...What/how much time/ am I looking at on swapping the regulator?

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it's been a few years since i changed mine, i believe the upper intake has to come off as well as the fuel rails, there are 2 screws that hold it in i think from underneath the regulator, shouldnt take more than 2 hours total, remember to relieve the system pressure at the schrader valve
 
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