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    Rrfpr Or Fuel Controller

    Whats the difference ??? If they serve same purpose, which is better????


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    The rising rate you can adjust yourself, very easy while on the water. The fuel controller is all electronic and requires the use of a laptop computer to adjust the mapping.

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    so which is better??? Why is controller so much more $$$$???

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    When I tried the controller it came with 50# injectors. Brian (bttek1) is the man for adjustments/programming the fuel controllers. The problem I had was that he is in Florida and that makes it more difficult to make adjustments to the controller. If you want to purchase the software and programming cable for the controller it was available however, it did not include any maps and you were pretty much on your own to make adjustments and develop maps for your mods.

    On the Rude rising rate all you need to adjust the regulator is a 13mm wrench and a 4mm allen wrench. Jerry has also stated that you can use your stock injectors with the rising rate and most mods while using the stock ECU. I do not remember any other injector options on the electronic model.

    So for ease of use the rising rate is best and is cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmbeach jesse View Post
    so which is better??? Why is controller so much more $$$$???

    I would say the RRFPR is better since you can run a Rude on stock injectors, that right there is what sold me. Why is the controller so much more, it all comes down to the electronic in the box, and requires someone to tune it, if you need to make adjustments you have send it off to get reprogrammed.

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    I have the rude programer.....My mechanic did all adjustments and im happy, just didnt understand why most of you guys use the rrfpr, but it seems easy do work with....

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmbeach jesse View Post
    I have the rude programer.....My mechanic did all adjustments and im happy, just didnt understand why most of you guys use the rrfpr, but it seems easy do work with....
    Yep, the rrfpr is a 'no-brainer' set it and forget it with stock injectors. Best for those that don't want to worry with fuel mapping.

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