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    Rrfpr question???

    I have a 2010 px and all I have done was put and riva 3 inch air intake (which was given to me) and a free flow exhaust and tdr waterbox? Now with those three things done to it do you guys think that I should be worried about running a rrfpr just yet?


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    I would not worry about it.

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    NO you should be good to go,

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    +1 Just ride.

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    If you want to spend money on something every sc motor should have... get an afr gage and then you will know the real answer to your question

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    Thanks guys! And I know i should probably put an afr gauge on it but dont really want to put money into something like that right now if I dont need to cause I could put that money else where. I will put one on for sure down the road.

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    I would not run a rrfpr without a afr gauge. your mods are fine without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    If you want to spend money on something every sc motor should have... get an afr gage and then you will know the real answer to your question
    You really think he needs an AFR gauge with the little bit of mods he has????Seriously????Im really beginning to wonder if your a sales man for AFR gauges seeing thats your responce to most of your posts....

    Quote Originally Posted by 7.3 Powerstroker View Post
    Thanks guys! And I know i should probably put an afr gauge on it but dont really want to put money into something like that right now if I dont need to cause I could put that money else where. I will put one on for sure down the road.
    With your setup you do NOT need and AFR gauge.....You are good to go with your setup...IF you start adding bigger Scers,injectors and RPMs then you will need one..BUT for the little bit you have now an AFR gauge is overkill and a waist of money...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    You really think he needs an AFR gauge with the little bit of mods he has????Seriously????Im really beginning to wonder if your a sales man for AFR gauges seeing thats your responce to most of your posts....
    With your setup you do NOT need and AFR gauge.....You are good to go with your setup...IF you start adding bigger Scers,injectors and RPMs then you will need one..BUT for the little bit you have now an AFR gauge is overkill and a waist of money...
    IMO yes seriously every SC motor needs an afr gage
    it will save many a motor.. bad fuel pump...bad injectors.. too much ethanol… Dirty fuel filters.. or just a bad tune all easy to see with a afr gage. He was asking if his motor was lean, no one can tell him it is not without an afr gage and you know it and it will always be my response when someone asks if his motor is lean or fat

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    Thanks Snoman for the response and everyone else that responded. All I was wondering if I needed it yet with what little bit I have done to it and I got my answer. Thanks again guys!

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