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    X Boat switching to RUDE 1 Fueling

    Im about to switch to a rude1 and I want to hear more opinions on fueling mods.

    Im not doing the AFR monitoring until the winter since I dont want to take more manifold off and or get the equipment.

    I picked up a set of 50's today (thanks mike H) because Im eventually going RIVA ECU so what should be better in everyone's opionion.

    Keep my 42 with RRFPR or Just stick the 50's on. I kinda know already what Im going to do but wanted to hear what everyone has to say.

    Thanks in advance!


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    rrfpr and 42s for sure. Its not gunna need much alot of extra fuel and the 50's will be way rich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    rrfpr and 42s for sure. Its not gunna need much alot of extra fuel and the 50's will be way rich.
    +1 it will be a pig with the 50s.

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    Cool, I got the Rude 1 for a very good price so Im going to make someone a very good deal for my x charger and Jerry has already upgraded it.


    This should give me about 2lbs more boost at 8100 Correct?

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    12.5 psi

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    Sweet maybe I can get close to 80 before the RIVA ECU and Retainers.

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    [QUOTE=Ocman;1392440]Sweet maybe I can get close to 80 before the
    RIVA ECU and Retainers.[/
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    Keep your 50s as your will need them then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Keep your 50s as your will need them then.

    Oh yea, thats the main reason I got them because Im gonna look for ECU soon

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    Ocman, I am going a little different route. I got the Riva X upgrade, 50's and a Rude fuel controler. Probably wont be till late next month before I get of my butt and install everything. I will be looking forward to seeing your results.

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    Funny, I'm in the same situation. I've got a Rude-1 charger with fresh X-upgrade. I was told that the boost would be the same as the X-charger, so I wasn't going to bother swapping. I'm also running at 75 with a 22pitch. What pitch will I need with the Rude for best top speed? Can I run the rude with stock fueling?

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