Fuel Pressure Regulator 

The Jeep has for a long time struggled keep idle, and bucks like a horse in 3rd gear going over 2k - 2.5k rpms.

So after several forum reviews and tips, we went with adding a Holley Fuel Pressure Regulator. The combination of the Weber Carburetor, the HEI Distributor, and this FPR, makes the jeep run much better. It starts right away without hesitation and maintains idle.

Still couldn't solve the bucking, but discovered fuel delivery from the tank to fuel pump, something is choking it out. So on to the next project.

Total Cost: $40

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