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    So my Rude controller is on its way.

    Is there any reason to keep my RRFPR? Any advantage to keep on motor?


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    You still need your FPR, just not the Rising Rate part. Rude controller does not change fuel pressure, think only injector duty cycle. Disconnect the boost line from your reg, so technically it won't be a RRFPR. Adjust your AFR at WOT and use the controller to pull fuel in mid and low range. That's how I did mine. Not sure if that's the best setup or not or if there is other ways to tune???

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    Dont disconnect anything bro. Use your rrfpr to dial in wot. Use the rude controller to clean up in between.

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    Which wide band O2 sensor/gauge/data logger system do you guys recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    Which wide band O2 sensor/gauge/data logger system do you guys recommend?
    I just bought the LC1 from Dynotune. Have not installed and tested yet but it seemed like a simple set up if you just want to check your AFR's.. Also bought the heat sink with the cap so I can cap off the hole when not in use...

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    Thanks Guys

    Chad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    I just bought the LC1 from Dynotune. Have not installed and tested yet but it seemed like a simple set up if you just want to check your AFR's.. Also bought the heat sink with the cap so I can cap off the hole when not in use...
    +1.....I gotta order one soon. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Dont disconnect anything bro. Use your rrfpr to dial in wot. Use the rude controller to clean up in between.
    Is this a better way to set it up Ocman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayers View Post
    Is this a better way to set it up Ocman?
    Im not the wisest man on the Forum but IMO this is what I would call the preferred way. RRFPRs can be adjusted with tools that you commonly carry on a ski the controller can not. If you end up trying to add fuel and then later find yourself in a lean condition because of a weather or temperature change etc you would have no way of fixing it until you were able to connect a laptop back. WOT and the high boost range AFR levels can be deemed the most critical and would be best dialed in with your RRFPR.

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    Thanks Ocman. Im only refering to the referance line. You can still adjust your base pressure at the reg without the referance line attached. It just means that the reg is not rising at a 1:1 rate.

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