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    where to set fuel pressure with r3 reflash & stock wheel

    whats up guys... on my 2011 fzr im going to be doing a r3 reflash got the riva powercooler in and minor mods stock supercharger wheel i no the r3's run on the rich side whats a good starting point to set the fpr at?


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    48-50 psi static. IMO you will not need to use the rising rate function with that low of boost wheel ( oem sc wheel). Tommy Jirdan

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    Just curious, why even bother with a fuel pressure regulator with the R3 and stock wheel? I think you are right that it will run rich, but IMO it would be easier to just let it run a little rich than have to mess with a regulator.

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    The R3 is perfect in every way, why would you want to tune it?

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    Every r3 I have seen run on the rich side why not have the capability to adjust if needed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    Every r3 I have seen run on the rich side why not have the capability to adjust if needed ?



    It's a inside joke.......some Idiot here said "i want a ecu I can plug and go, not plug and play".........Ha ha ha ha everything needs tuning and is not perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    It's a inside joke.......some Idiot here said "i want a ecu I can plug and go, not plug and play".........Ha ha ha ha everything needs tuning and is not perfect
    Rick ya I'm an idiot... Take your own advise and don't give advise about things you have no experience with. Like always you take something out of context and act like a 14 year old girl crying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    Every r3 I have seen run on the rich side why not have the capability to adjust if needed ?
    Gottcha. I was more curious than anything. Let us know how it works, I'm interested in seeing what AFRs you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Gottcha. I was more curious than anything. Let us know how it works, I'm interested in seeing what AFRs you get.
    i will let u no soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    Rick ya I'm an idiot... Take your own advise and don't give advise about things you have no experience with. Like always you take something out of context and act like a 14 year old girl crying.
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    ha ha ha ha ha ha.......the guilty party speaks, soon we will be be reading about you and a fuel pressure regulator, then where to mount a a/f meter.......before ya know it your plugging and playing......lol dumb ass

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