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What is the point of the Bosch regulator housing?

 

Easy install without requiring plumbing changes.

Easily change fuel pressure to a pre-set pressure by removing the existing regulator and installing a different one.

All while having more consistent pressure, more aggressive pressure rise, and quicker response when compared to a stock Mazda regulator of the same pressure.

It will come with a real OEM quality Bosch fuel pressure regulator in either 3BAR (stock fuel pressure on most Mazda's) or 4BAR pressure, a 5/16” hose barb fitting to fit your particular application, or no fitting if you want to use the AN-6 fitting on the housing.

Makes a great replacement for aging OEM componants like your original regulator on your 20 year old car.

 

Why buy an aftermarket adjustable unit when this is a PnP solution without additional plumbing required all while using the best on the market for OEM fuel injection parts?

 

Fits the following engines/chassis
1.8 BP FWD/RWD- *
1.6 B6 FWD/RWD
KL/KF/K8
FSDE
F2- *
FE3

Fitment notes:
*FWD BP: may require moving the vacuum canister on 
the intake manifold.
*NB Miata: Will require the use of an aftermarket fuel, 
like the one made by Radium engineering. Other Fuel rails may not work.
*GD Mazda MX6/626/ Ford Probe: Will require 
grinding/removing some material from the intake 
manifold for fitment

Bosch regulator housing adapter

$91.50Price
Application
Regulator pressure
  • Fits the following engines/chassis
    1.8 BP FWD/RWD- *
    1.6 B6 FWD/RWD
    KL/KF/K8
    FSDE
    F2- *
    FE3

    Fitment notes:
    *FWD BP: may require moving the vacuum canister on 
    the intake manifold.
    *NB Miata: Will require the use of an aftermarket fuel, 
    like the one made by Radium engineering.
    *GD Mazda MX6/626/ Ford Probe: Will require 
    grinding/removing some material from the intake 
    manifold for fitment