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    !!-Revised thread B-1 wheel and rrfpr set pressure??

    Hello guys i installed and B-1 wheel on a friends ski with the rrfpr but in idle is running rough and spark plugs are a litle black still have stock ecu and a boost clamp installed...at what static pressure or rising rate presure should i set the regulator thanks...everyone
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    Get a MTX-L and ask gus what he set his to......I would think static and 52-54 would be a good starting point, but I would ask Gus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rt-HemiBoY View Post
    Hello guys i installed and e 1 wheel on a friends ski with the rrfpr but in idle is running rough and spark plugs are a litle black still have stock ecu and a boost clamp installed...at what static pressure or rising rate presure should i set the regulator thanks...everyone
    you have to go rising rate start at 40 psi at idle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rt-HemiBoY View Post
    Hello guys i installed and e 1 wheel on a friends ski with the rrfpr but in idle is running rough and spark plugs are a litle black still have stock ecu and a boost clamp installed...at what static pressure or rising rate presure should i set the regulator thanks...everyone
    With my E1 setup I used to have with the stock ECU I had the RRFPR set at 75 with rising rate to be able to get a AFR of 11.9-12.1 at WOT with stock fuel pump.

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    that wheel isnt going to play very well with the stock ecu and you are going to need the rising rate hooked up no matter what.your gonna need atleast the big solas pitched all the way up to get off the limiter.a b1 or c3 would work wayyy better stock ecu.

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    Im sorry guyss i made a big confusion on this is not a E-1 is actually a B-1 wheel anyways i will be pulling out the charger to double check but yes it is a B-1 wheel becouse im only seeing the 11.5-12 psi sorry for the big confusion..the problem is i bought the charger with the wheel installed already so i dint know what it was and previous owner either...i know is a black wheel..So please what pressure i need to put on the rrfpr..thanks again..for the confusion..

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    with the stock ecu set the pressure at 65psi with the rising rate hooked up you should be 10.5 idle 11.5 mid and 11.5-11.7 wide open pitch your prop to 15/25 75-78mph depending on your setup.
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    I knew you were switching to the good side hahaha, time to sell that SEA BOOM..... Bro hit me up i can help you out.

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    Tttt..anyone???

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    told you 50 and static should be good with a R3......don't need rising rate with that wheel

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