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    for those of you who have rude fuel controler?

    can i run 42lb injectors with the writen fuel map. it was written with 50's im just concerned that 50's will burn off to much fuel in an hour at WOT.


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    you can run it with the stock ones so i dont see why not

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    are you having a hard time starting your boat or haveing it run lean. also where do the connectors go.

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    i installed mine and the ski idles like **** and at wot the rpm's bounce around ?????? Used to only go 20 rpm's up and down now it goes 100 -120 up & down??????????????I dunno WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy66
    can i run 42lb injectors with the writen fuel map. it was written with 50's im just concerned that 50's will burn off to much fuel in an hour at WOT.
    Yes you can, but remember that you should change the numbers on the map itself to do this. Since it was written for the 50's, your mixtures will be extremely different. Going from 50's to 42's is a big drop. Just take your laptop to the water with you and make some runs and then some changes to the map. Remember, it's not going to happen the first few runs. It is going to be a lot of trial and error. There are so many RPM bands where the numbers may or may not have to change. I am still tweaking mine using the 55's but I am almost there.
    Last edited by Red Devil; 09-02-2006 at 09:45 AM.

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    What is the web site for Rude Performance? The site I have expired on 8/12/06

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    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy66
    can i run 42lb injectors with the writen fuel map. it was written with 50's im just concerned that 50's will burn off to much fuel in an hour at WOT.
    NO!

    A fuel controller takes fuel away. It does not add fuel. The idea is to go with larger injectors than you need and then use the fuel controller to take fuel away to a level that you need.

    If you run 42's with a fuel controller that is mapped for 50's you will run lean. If you have to run 42's with a fuel controller that is taking fuel away you might as well just run the stock 38# injectors without any fuel controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ski-guy1
    What is the web site for Rude Performance? The site I have expired on 8/12/06
    If you are looking for the Rude Fuel Controller i am the dealer for them.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=356

    It looks like Nils let his domain expire. (www.rudeperformance.com)

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    That's what I was refering to, when I asked how to contact him. Thanks Jerry.

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