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    Question Chargers to 8,100 rpm

    I watch as manufacturers launch their products to stock rpm (8,100 rpm) so I guess no problem in upgrading my 260 charger with one of these without adding anything more ....

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1536

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1922


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    i would also like to know this.. can you put the "drop in wheel" in the rxpx 260 without any other mods? i do have a vtech so that will obviously open up my boost limiter and so on.

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    you can run the drop in wheels yes .. pending where you are you might need to add AFR adjustment and monitoring pending on temps... altitude etc

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    south western, ontario, canada.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    you can run the drop in wheels yes .. pending where you are you might need to add AFR adjustment and monitoring pending on temps... altitude etc


    Hey Greenbullet, I fitted another ET 127 ... This time on my RXTX 260 ... Better power than the x wheel and it's been hammered out in the ocean and probs ... Great little wheel....

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    Surely you mean ET137 if in a 255/260 charger...

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    quick question about the supercharger wheel.. heres my list of mods, can i just drop it in without changing anything? and being able to flash it back to stock and still runfine?
    2012 rxpx 260- riva 4in air intake kit, riva free flow exhaust, solas srz-cd-15/20r, vtech tuner 8350 rev limiter
    what do you think as far as getting a "Engine-Tech ET 137 XLE Drop in Wheel for 255/260 HP" or "R&D C15X Supercharger upgrade for 255/260 HP Skis"
    elevation 779 feet above mean sea level
    the average temp for riding season is anywhere from 15 degree celcius to 30+ degree celcius and it does get humid here

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    Go the ET wheel over the R&D its local here in ontario from art at ET

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    would it be fine without the rrfpr?

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    yes id say it would be .... but call art direct at ET .. his numbers off the website... he will anwser any question about it and help you out

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