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    Red face FZR questions

    Hi guys I'm new to this forum, I've read a lot here before I do all my homework and research here lol.

    I have a question. First of all here are my mods
    riva engine breather kit
    Riva 4" intake
    riva ss intake ggrate
    r&d ride plate
    riva manifold upgrade ring
    riva thru haul exhaust
    gutted water box

    i want to know hats the biggest wheel I can put without having to put a fuel pressure regulator, I want to get as close to 10psi as I can and stay reliable.
    I'm sorry if I have dumb questions just curious


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    R and D c3 will work good and the most u can put on. Ur gonna need a reflash though.

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    If you only want 10 lbs you can get by with a C1, If you want more I would suggest an ET Low Boost wheel. Compare it side by side with a C3 wheel and you will wonder why anyone would ever buy the heavy R&D wheel! Like Rocketman said you will need a reflash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    If you only want 10 lbs you can get by with a C1, If you want more I would suggest an ET Low Boost wheel. Compare it side by side with a C3 wheel and you will wonder why anyone would ever buy the heavy R&D wheel! Like Rocketman said you will need a reflash.
    Yes the low boost does more but thats the problem,,,,,,,,,, for some me included its over the line and needs a rrfpr. Some it seems get by without it but i could not. Thats why I say c3 is the limit for running without the riseing rate.

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    You tow with a G35? That's Gangsta! I used to have one check my album. I miss that car....

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    C1, R3, IC, and the mods you listed will be a solid ski. No need for a fuel regulator, but I would still use an AFR guage to be safe.

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    Everyone tells me the same thing lol and its manual. G status lol

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    So a c3 will get me the 10psi, I also have a hks bov I forgot to mention previously.
    I want it to be reliable my friend has a stage 2 everything on 16psi with a r3 reflash and something is always happening to his ski.

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    The R3 will allow you to run higher RPMS, you have to pitch the prop to turn higher RPMs and thus get more boost. My wifes FZS with a C1, R3, VX plate, intake, grate and Ribbon delete ran 76.6 mph in the Texas summer time with a repitched stock prop. A C3 will get you more than 10 lbs, it is almost equal to an ET Low Boost, just a little less. You could also use a Riva B1 wheel.

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    R3 reflash and depitch impeller i will lower 2 degrees from stock prop down to spin around 8500 rpms and you maybe see 10-11 lbs of boost with stock wheel.

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