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    RRFPR

    ok so now that i have decided to spend the big bucks to mod my do. i am into the rrfpr and afr and so on. my my question is what is the best way to go for the rrfpr. i have done reasearch and not found one thing for recomendations for a good one. i have an aremotive fpr that i was going to put on my truck with a vacum boost port. although it only goes up to 65psi. will i need more pressure down the road when i go bigger charger? what would you guys recomend for a rrfpr? tell me what you guys are running for set ups


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    I went with Riva and am glad I did very simple and clean install. You can order it from the store and not have to worry about getting all the parts to make your own and it has been proven to last.

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    I went the riva route as well. You are going to need a 100psi gauge and running the x charger you are looking at about 72psi max. fuel pressure. If you go with a bigger charger down the road then you will have to upgrade the stock fuel pump.

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    riva is really a clean install..

    cant see it really well in this pic..but this is mine..



    i had to move it for the turbo this is the way it was when i was super charged


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    Buy a begi 2035

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    if you want to pull fuel buy a rude cotroler or a power commander pc5 for a 4 tec snowmobile and have the injector plugs changed...begis will work but are 80s technology..it is a bandaid IMO so is a rrfpr really ..

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    what requires less playing with once it is set. the rrfpr begi, or the rude controller? i am not 100% sure what my set up will need

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    the RRFPR might need a little fine tuning, but once its dialed in you dont have to mess with it anymore. I installed mine, set it to 59/60psi and its been working great ever since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfackett0 View Post
    the RRFPR might need a little fine tuning, but once its dialed in you dont have to mess with it anymore. I installed mine, set it to 59/60psi and its been working great ever since.
    Same for me.

    RIVA from the store by the way.

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    ok i was doing some research. the riva does not really give a heck of a lot of info on their product. i was notcing that the begi you can adjust your pressure down low and at wot which i think may be better. as the riva you can only adjust base pressure.

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