Fuel Pressure Regulators v2

Turbosmart is once again providing a solution for performance enthusiasts wanting a product that not only meets but surpasses the needs of a modern fuel system!

The relentless pursuit of power and high boost pressure has, over the last few years, seen an increase in base fuel pressures. Made possible by the emergence of new engine technologies, these high base fuel pressures have been putting the current crop of Fuel Pressure Regulators under increasing strain.

Always at the cutting edge of new technology, Turbosmart have addressed this by releasing a V2 range of Fuel Pressure Regulators, specifically designed for modern day high performance systems.

The new FPR-800v2 and FPR-1200v2 combine the high performance 1:1 ratio features of our the top-end, race application FPR-2000 and 3000 models with the day-to-day requirements of street tuned performance vehicles. With the V2 Fuel Pressure Regulators, Turbosmart is once again leading the market with innovative technology.


What’s New:
• New valve and seat design. (helps maintaining 1:1 ratio at high base pressure)
• Greater sealing properties (better fuel delivery for engine start-ups)

• Billet construction
• 30-70psi base pressure adjustment
• 1:1 ratio
• Suitable for a wide range of fuels including methanol and E85
• Available in either Blue or Black
• Large range of hose fittings, fuel rail adapters and spare parts available


FPR-800V2: Ideal for modified street cars with up to 800hp fuel systems.
FPR-1200V2: Ideal for modified street or race cars with up to 1200hp fuel systems.




Part Numbers remain the same:
FPR-800v2 BLUE: TS-0401-1001
FPR-800v2BLACK: TS-0401-1002

FPR-1200v2 BLUE: TS-0401-1003
FPR-1200v2 BLACK: TS-0401-1004

Fuel Pressure Gauge (0-100psi, 1/8 NPT Fitting): TS-0402-2023

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3 thoughts on “Fuel Pressure Regulators v2

  1. Good day, I install a turbosmart 1200 fuel pressure regulator. My problem is after priming or shut down of pump my fuel pressure drops to 0 psi immediately. Is this normal with this fpr There is an aeromotive 340 stelth in tank pump , and it hold pressure with the stock fpr.

    • Hi Pieter,

      Yes that is quite normal for an aftermarket FPR when the pump isn’t running.

  2. Hi
    Is there significant difference between v1 and v2 versions? Bought mine recently and it turned out to be v1