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    RRFPR Settings

    I just got my Aeromotive RRFPR installed. I set it at 53 psi static at idle. When I hook up the vac line for RR, the pressure is 43 psi at idle. Is it supposed to do that, or did I mess something up? This is the first time I've messed with a rising rate reg.


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    Nothing is wrong that is the way they work . Go back and check your number reading more closely there should be only a 8-8.5 pound drop when the line is hooked up from when it's un hooked . What reflash and SC wheel you using? Tommy Jordan

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    I'm using an ET LB and an R3. I'm seeing a 9-10 psi drop when I hook up the line.

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    I have a Riva and it goes down 8psi when hose is hooked up

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    I have a Riva and it goes down 8psi when hose is hooked up
    Is that when it's hot? The liquid filled gauges are not accurate when they heat up and they read low.

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    No its pretty standard it gains 8 psi back from -16 vac to 0 vac

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    If a ski with Reflashed ECU should you use the a Vac line ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZS-RIDER View Post
    If a ski with Reflashed ECU should you use the a Vac line ?
    Depends on boost setup above 14psi I say Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZS-RIDER View Post
    If a ski with Reflashed ECU should you use the a Vac line ?
    Are you running it with an afr gauge?

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