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    Starting Winter Build - SC Advise Please!!

    Currently I have an 06 RXP with a full Stage 1 Kit with a substituted 4" Kanaflex intake. My target is around 80. I have a general idea of the direction I would like to go. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!!


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    big charger like rude 3, rivaxxx or et145 race, rude controller and bosch 50 injectors

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Currently I have an 06 RXP with a full Stage 1 Kit with a substituted 4" Kanaflex intake. My target is around 80. I have a general idea of the direction I would like to go. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!!
    Riva ECU and either a ET140R ET 68/140 or a Rude 2. Any of these will get you 80 pretty easy. May as well do a Riva plate if you dont already have one.

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    If I where you, skip the Riva ECU and get a Les Cooke 9200 ECU Reflash. Even if you don't run those revs you can run less RPMS without a problem but once you do get the revs up to around 8600+ that's when that ecu really shines and you will get the peak power out of it(Oh and also don't forget to get your drivetrain upgraded, The riva kit works really well). And aside from that get a 2 Rude, Et 68/140 or something similar of the two and you should be happy with it. Like Eric said, go for the Riva plate if you haven't done so already and get a nice intercooler to cool the SC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Riva ECU and either a ET140R ET 68/140 or a Rude 2. Any of these will get you 80 pretty easy. May as well do a Riva plate if you dont already have one.
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    If I had to do it again. I would go right to the riva ECU w50lb injectors, Les cooke retainers, x-charger or bigger, fizzle IC kit & solas 15/20. Solid 80+ easy.

    In my personal experience, I could barely do 80mph consistently in the FL heat with the stock ecu, fizzle IC, 2 rude 50s, rrfpr with the begi, a solas 15/22, riva grate. It wasn't easy either, took a lot of fine tuning.

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    When i had this setup on my ski briefly i hit 83+ at 8400 RPM with the Riva ECU. If i would of taken a bit out of the prop I know i could have gone 84. Cant beat that setup for the $
    Quote Originally Posted by dduck1628 View Post
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    If I had to do it again. I would go right to the riva ECU w50lb injectors, Les cooke retainers, x-charger or bigger, fizzle IC kit & solas 15/20. Solid 80+ easy.

    In my personal experience, I could barely do 80mph consistently in the FL heat with the stock ecu, fizzle IC, 2 rude 50s, rrfpr with the begi, a solas 15/22, riva grate. It wasn't easy either, took a lot of fine tuning.

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    I would say that if 80 is your goal and you want it easy and reliable do this.

    Riva/Remap ECU 8650 (Riva is prob better as the fueling seems to be closer then the re-maps are)
    Bosch 50s with the riva and 60s if you go re-map.
    Stock X charger (Very little maint with this charger)
    Valvetrain upgrade of your choice (My 0.2 is that the Riva/Farrea is best)
    Fizzle intercooler setup.

    Than just get the prop setup for correct rpm and maybe look at the riva plate, that will put you over 80 and it should be pretty bullet proof. R88

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    I would say that if 80 is your goal and you want it easy and reliable do this.

    Riva/Remap ECU 8650 (Riva is prob better as the fueling seems to be closer then the re-maps are)
    Bosch 50s with the riva and 60s if you go re-map.
    Stock X charger (Very little maint with this charger)
    Valvetrain upgrade of your choice (My 0.2 is that the Riva/Farrea is best)
    Fizzle intercooler setup.

    Than just get the prop setup for correct rpm and maybe look at the riva plate, that will put you over 80 and it should be pretty bullet proof. R88
    stock x charger + riva ecu....low maintaince 80mph+...

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_dolla44 View Post
    stock x charger + riva ecu....low maintaince 80mph+...
    Yup Yup Yup!!!!

    R88

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