Thread: Stock ECU and B-kit advise.
03-11-2007, 07:20 PM #1
Stock ECU and B-kit advise.
Hey you B-kit guys with a stock ECU. I have some questions.
Does it matter if I have 55injecters or 50lb?
What prop do ya'll use?
Also if you have any issue's with it? What are they.
I am plaining on putting a B-kit on my 06 and keeping the stock valve train and stock ECU..
03-11-2007, 08:07 PM #2
You will need the 50# injectors as the mapping for the fuel controller is written for them. Bttek1 would have to write a custom map for the 55's which would cost you big $$$
When i ran this exact setup on Careys ski i used a Solas 15/20 with 3 mm added to the trailing edge
If i were to do it all again i would use the Riva Skat 15/19R and add pitch as needed.
03-11-2007, 08:51 PM #3
Well I was looking at getting Jays old Setup that he had the 55lb injecters with. I didn't know it even mattered.
Jerry what advice would you give me on this setup?
Did you like it?
I really want to keep this ski simple, but I couldn't pass on a B-kit for $1000 bucks. I mean I was gonna do a STG III charger...So what the hell.
I just don't want to loss on my valuble ride time with my oldest son.
I was basically gonna try and make it compare to my 04 with this stuff.
RR 9.5 SCer wheel
4in rear intake
42 lb injs.
Skat adjustable nozzle.
Valve train needed.
This is what I have for the 06
The 06 will stay stock opas and sponsons. budget thing.
03-11-2007, 09:46 PM #4
This is what I am now running a B-kit with stock ECU I have a few issues but the B-kit is not the cause, I was running a 14/19.5 but I was all over the rev limiter way under proped I am installing a 15/19R 3 blade this week and I hope to get some other issues worked out and hope to test the new prop out soon I may have to send it to Jerry for some more pitch I could not belive the difference between the RR SC and the B-KIT I could let off the throttle just a little and still be at 8100 the mid range is awsome and for 1000 that is a great deal
03-11-2007, 10:00 PM #5
Ok, stick with me guys please as this is what I am looking for.
Would ya'll say stay stock valve train and stock ecu with fuel controler
OR go with a Riva ecu and valve train? I just look at the money aspect of it and it seams better to just go Riva ECU and do the valve train with the B-kit. Because I would think the Riva ecu would compensate for weather and such.
Again I only want 1 RXP with valve train mods. So I just want to make the best decision for me.
03-12-2007, 08:21 AM #6
Originally Posted by water4fire
Send bttek1 a PM just to verify on the 06 ECU issue.
03-12-2007, 09:57 AM #7
Austin - I'm assuming you have an i/c for this b-kit. Remember the b adds big heat. The i/c and freer-flowing exhaust really helps to lower the temps.
03-12-2007, 10:29 AM #8
Oh yea, I am going with a IC and exhaust.
03-12-2007, 10:30 AM #9
Guess you have to add quite a lot of pich to you prop running stock ECU
03-12-2007, 02:15 PM #10
Hey, Jerry one more thing.
What would you guess the performance difference to be, with a B-kit Fuel controler and stock ECU over the B-kit and Riva ECU?
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