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    Do I need an rrfpr?

    I'm about to install my x-charger and 42# injectors...my question is do I need to run an rrfpr in conjunction with the rude fuel controller I'm installing or is the RFC all that I need to meet my fueling requirments.....mods are in sig ....thanks Damon


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    no the rude controler will do it ..

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    rude fuel controller

    Quote Originally Posted by breon View Post
    no the rude controler will do it ..

    sweet. that's great news......anyone have a fuel map that that we'll give me a good starting point to tune this thing?....I live on the Texas coast so it's pretty much the same conditions you guys in Florida deal with, HOT and Humid...

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