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    Rude 1 Fueling Requirements

    Couple questions for the guys whom have been here before, I currently have insatlled on my ski the greenwheel, XSIC (fizzle) and 42lb injectors.

    I am purchasing a Rude 1 and would like to get fueling requirements for the charger.

    What is the best recommened setup for Rec riding that will be more reliable?

    I have heard to use stock injectors and RRFPR
    I have heard 42's and RRFPR etc

    what is the route of choice? Also is the wideband a requirement or do you guys have these pretty well figured out based on fuel pressure and injectors?


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    All you need are 42s and an rrfpr.

    Yes, its a good idea to tune witha wideband. You can have your J-pipe welded and fitted with a bung by one of many people on here who weld.

    Your A/F should read 11.7 ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twelvesorbetter View Post
    All you need are 42s and an rrfpr.

    Yes, its a good idea to tune witha wideband. You can have your J-pipe welded and fitted with a bung by one of many people on here who weld.

    Your A/F should read 11.7 ish.

    What are you guys running for base fuel pressure?

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    I ran 78.4 with that setup. Youll be pleased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbojamie View Post
    What are you guys running for base fuel pressure?

    I will say 64ish.

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    Ok sounds good I was wanting to avoid the wideband I don't want to be putting holes in my ski. I guess its unavoidable. What is the better option to keep the 42's and RRFPR or go back to stock injectors and RRFPR?

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    4"intake and ext Ic.. i think you need more than rrfpr and 42's. a/f is the only way to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dav_dman View Post
    4"intake and ext Ic.. i think you need more than rrfpr and 42's. a/f is the only way to know.

    This is why I am trying to find out ahead of time!

    If anyone knows the answer please let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbojamie View Post
    This is why I am trying to find out ahead of time!
    If anyone knows the answer please let me know!
    Lot's of combinations...
    I ran stock ecu, rrfpr, 42's with rude 1 for 6 months without a problem. I set rrfpr pressure at 60lbs. I did not however, check the afr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Lot's of combinations...
    I ran stock ecu, rrfpr, 42's with rude 1 for 6 months without a problem. I set rrfpr pressure at 60lbs. I did not however, check the afr.
    Whats ur Elevation, and temps?

    was that with external IC?

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