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    RRFPR setup for my setup:)

    My SC seized so I moved up to an Xcharger and RRFPR, I have a wide band but may not have installed and available when everything goes back together. Does anyone have a setup similar to mine that I can plagiarize for the RRFPR setup to get back on the water for some rec riding? I donít mind running fat until I can fine tune so Iíd like to error on the side of caution. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    The rrfpr is installed right? Set it to 56 and ride out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    The rrfpr is installed right? Set it to 56 and ride out.
    rrfprs pull some pressure at idle ...are you talking 56 cycling the key or 56 idleing..

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    sorry for this question but what tke meaning of rrfprs

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    Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...54r6l1sikn0hq5

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    When I ran that setup for a day I was up to 64psi with the key. Boost line attached to the RRFPR. Still lean in the mid (13.5-14+) which is were I mainly ride. Thats why I turned it so high. Pig rich at WOT. Need a RUDE Controller. Best thing Ive ever bought for the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    The rrfpr is installed right? Set it to 56 and ride out.
    I hope thats not with the key beep. Way too low IMO.

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    With the x-charger and 56-57 psi to rrfpr the jet will run perfect but you need fuel pump.
    You can increase he pressure to the injectors but if the fuel pump is small you don t have good handle.
    So you must buy one walbro 255 fuel pump.
    http://www.titanmotorsports.com/wafupu25.html

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    thanks for the input I'll try 56 and see what happens, I may have my wideband if my Jpipe gets done in time. Also I'll probably be upgrading to 50's do the valve train and add a Riva ECU over the winter that should be all I need to be dead on...right?

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