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    R&D fuel controller setting for stock gp1300r

    I have 2004 gp1300r. i premix it 36:1 yamalube. what setting should i put it on for a good holeshot. i was running 40:1 amsoil before and seized the rear cyl once and then middle cylinder once. my shop guy told me to get fuel controoler and use yamalube to keep it from seizing again. plus he said it will run and idle better. but can the fuel controller add a holeshot?


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    stock motor, ummm no...
    why did the "shop" guy tell you to get a fuel controller? the controller adds fuel... there is something else going on... air leak? did the seizure happen b4 you went premix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyGPR View Post
    stock motor, ummm no...
    why did the "shop" guy tell you to get a fuel controller? the controller adds fuel... there is something else going on... air leak? did the seizure happen b4 you went premix?
    cause i went premix , i dont like oil injection. and it idle bad, so the fuel controller help it idle better, more stable without shutting off. but does it add more power in the middle

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    What we are getting at is if its a stock engine you shouldn't need a fuel controller at all.

    Something else is going on and the fuel controller is just a band-aid fix at best.

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    Low TPS.....just checked a stock 07' and it was at .764 turned it up to .800 and the stumble went away.

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    But doesn't premixed give u a steady level at oil when oil injection gives u diff amounts ? Fuel controller makes up for it ?

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    you dont need one

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJE View Post
    you dont need one
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    Low TPS.....just checked a stock 07' and it was at .764 turned it up to .800 and the stumble went away.

    how is that adjusted, the throttle positioning sensor if need be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djpeetur View Post
    But doesn't premixed give u a steady level at oil when oil injection gives u diff amounts ? Fuel controller makes up for it ?

    Yes...but your problem is not the oil. Its the fuel. A stock ski should NOT need a fuel controller. Doesn't matter if your premix or not.

    There is nothing wrong with running oil injection or premix. Premix just uses way more oil especially at idle very smokey.

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