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    Powershot Question

    R & D Powershot on non SC
    Has any one installed a R & D powershot on a GTX 4-tec 155 hp N/A

    2002 GTX 4-tec 155 hp N/A
    R&D pump wedge, anti-cav pump cone, and power plenum filter on 3" canaflex hose (24" long)
    Catch can
    Solas 11/19 concord impeller
    Riva intake grate, and power pipe
    Worxs sponsons
    Rotax 150 degree thermostat / waterpump
    Ride plates holes filled and bucket mod.
    Bildge pump

    Any and all help welcome


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    first you need a afr gauge with out that you can not see what your doing

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    I agree about the afr gauge and have read the thread about having the bung tig welded to the j-pipe. I am just wanting to know if anyone has tried one on a 155 hp N/A. and what they have found. I am being told that with the mods to the intake and exaust I have done I am most likely running lean, basicly I don't want to burn up the motor.

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    Any one else tried the powershot on a N/A mortor?

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    Any One?

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    The whole reason for the power shot is to add more fuel. I'm sure you already knew that but just saying.

    So basically on a 155 n/a motor I don't think it's needed since it's not under boost, even with intake and exhaust mods.

    It would be a whole lot different with a supercharged motor under boost because anything that makes you gain rpms is going to get you more boost meaning leaning your engine.

    I would still get an afr gauge and make sure you are in good shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImAShark View Post
    The whole reason for the power shot is to add more fuel. I'm sure you already knew that but just saying.

    So basically on a 155 n/a motor I don't think it's needed since it's not under boost, even with intake and exhaust mods.

    It would be a whole lot different with a supercharged motor under boost because anything that makes you gain rpms is going to get you more boost meaning leaning your engine.

    I would still get an afr gauge and make sure you are in good shape.
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    i have a power shot in my 215

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