Update 3/16/22: The 3 pin Cobb Fuel pressure kit has been discontinued. If you need to add a fuel pressure sensor input to your Subaru we have exactly what you need: AEM 150psi fuel pressure sensor kit with the 3 pin subaru TGV connector here.
Cobb is also working on a new updated fuel pressure package we suspect will utilize an all new CANbus module that will allow us to add multiple new sensor inputs to the CANbus module which will then communicate with the ECU via CABbus vs using the TGV 0-5 volt analog input. You can expect the new CANbus module kits to cost $400-$600 retail.
Cobb Fuel Pressure kit is a plug and play solution enabling users to monitor Fuel Pressure on a Custom Accessport monitor. The Fuel Pressure Sensor Kit uses OEM quality connectors, making fit and finish second to none. Utilizing existing factory inputs, this kit will allow users to easily monitor Fuel Pressure with on their Accessport. Monitoring fuel pressure is one of the most important data points to watch on any high power turbo engine.
Why is a fuel pressure sensor helpful?
Monitoring Fuel Pressure is vital on any vehicle, especially those that are asking more of their fuel system from increased boost or aftermarket turbocharger. As demand on a fuel system increases, so do the consequences of a failure. Monitoring fuel pressure will alert users if there is a fault in the vehicle’s fuel system which can save your engines life. Utilizing existing inputs, the Fuel Pressure Sensor Kit allows users to monitor Fuel Pressure on a custom Accessport monitor for easy logging.
Special Tuning offer: All Cobb Fuel pressure kit online orders get a $25 credit towards any of our Subaru E-tune services. Brewed Motorsports supports Cobb Flex Fuel through our normal Tuning service as well as our E-Tune services.
- OEM Quality Connectors
- Billet Aluminum Sensor Adapter
- 0-100 PSI Sensor
- 1/8″ NPT
For more information on utilizing fuel pressure sensors while tuning check out blog post that breaks down exactly how a fuel pressure sensor can save your engine from disaster. Fuel pressure sensor ECU calibration and tuning explained