Well, i am now an expert at installing and removing a fuel pressure regulator (time wise.)
Got the old one off, and put the new on again, sans the little plastic dust cover :/
Started it up, sounds dandy.
I did notice some dripping fluid right after i propped the tank, but it smells and feels like water, figured it was some condensation(morning dew) that had collected somewhere and dripped down after i propped it up.
All in all it took me like 10 minutes.
The reason i decided to tackle this on my own is because when i asked my mechanic how much they would charge me to replace the fpr, they quoted me 2 hours of labour, plus the cost of the part.
I had popped the question about the work after me asking in the other thread how long it would take to do, and believe it or not, these guys actually laughed when i told them some forum guys said it took about 30 mins. They were like, " Ya right."
All i could figure from that exchange is they didn't know, and were quoting high, or that they like to fcuk over people for their money.
So I've decided from here on out, if i can do it myself, i will, even if i screw up the first go