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    New RUDE Performance rising rate fuel pressure regulator

    Well guys the wait is over. The Rude regulator is now available.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=703




    This regulator replaces your stock fuel pressure regulator and is boost sensitive and will increase fuel pressure as boost pressure increases forcing more fuel through your injectors.

    Basically you would want to run this rising rate regulator in any situation where you would have the need to run larger than stock fuel injectors.

    Here are some examples showing when you could run the rising rate regulator along with your stock injectors instead of going to the larger injectors.

    • Running the S3 supercharger and need to go with 42# injectors
    • Running a Rotax Racing high boost or Green Charger impeller and you are going to an external intercooler and need 42# injectors
    • Running a Rude Charger or B kit and need to step up to 50# injectors with a fuel controller
    Running 42# injectors when needed keeps things safe on top but will also make you run a bit rich on the bottom end and mid range. With the rising rate regulator you won't have this problem and the extra fuel delivered only on the top end where you need it.
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    I am surprised you didn't answer the $10,000 question.

    Will it work inplace of the pirrahna Rising rate on a turbo build?

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    If I didn't pick up an AM ECU I would've been the first one to buy. I was even about to click into the 4-tec store just now and had to remember I already had an ECU! Great deal Jerry and congrats on the release.

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    The ski's have taken a "backseat" to the Corvette DarthAWM's Avatar
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    Forgot to add, the blue anodize matches my ski

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    Can I exchange my brand new 42's for the regulater? Just curious cause I think I'd much rather run this so that in the future when I do add an ecu which will probably happen I wont have to spend another $200 on injectors.. Damn ordered 1 week too early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    I am surprised you didn't answer the $10,000 question.

    Will it work inplace of the pirrahna Rising rate on a turbo build?
    Yes, it will work very well.

    You can run this rising rate regulator, Riva ECU, the 50# injectors the Riva ECU reguires and run the turbo at 18-20 PSI of boost and have enough fuel to meet the demand.

    It's a very simple setup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kp04rxp View Post
    Can I exchange my brand new 42's for the regulater? Just curious cause I think I'd much rather run this so that in the future when I do add an ecu which will probably happen I wont have to spend another $200 on injectors.. Damn ordered 1 week too early.
    Absolutely, i would be glad to make the exchange for you.

    Send me an email and i will give you my return shipping address.

    ***Please keep in mind that if you run a Riva ECU you MUST run 50# injectors no matter what as that is what the Riva ECU is mapped to run.

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    *** Please also keep in mind that if you are running a Riva ECU with the required 50# injectors and you want to run a B kit or Rude charger there is no need for the rising rate fuel pressure regulator.

    Now, if you want to step up to a C kit or turbo kit then you would need the rising rate regulator with the Riva ECU.

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    Oh gotcha so actually since the riva ecu is what I would be using then It would make more sense for me at this point to just keep my 42's and upgrade to 50's when I purchase a riva ecu and call it a day.

    I'm sure it would be nice to have the regulater now but is it really worth it when I pretty much know I'm going to upgrade the ecu at some point?
    That point being when my buddy's x ski isnt too far behind haha..

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    Kyle, if you plan on a Riva ECU down the road then just keep the injectors you have for now.

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