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    Need of an Fuel Tuner (GP1300R,2007)

    Hello,

    do i need an efi controller for following mods?
    • R&D Rideplate
    • R&D Trim tabs
    • R&D D-Plate Kit
    • R&D M-16 Monster reed kit
    • Reinforcement kit
    • Pump shoe seal kit
    • Power filter flame arrestor
    • R&D Intake grate
    what do you guys think and what mods should i do next?
    Last edited by night022; 07-10-2008 at 01:36 AM.


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    get vf3 reeds, they are better then the m16's, get an r&d 1200 grate as well ofra GH SS 800 grate.

    you may want to investigate ross's sonic boom throttle bodies as a mod to back the rest up, at that poijtn you probably would need an efi controller or tuner as you called it.

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    U need an controller with aftermarket reeds

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    i stand corrected....


    all my advice should taken with a pinch of salt..

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    do all of you guys think, that a fuel controller is needed with these mods?

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    No, you dont need a fuel controller with your existing mods. When you machine the head, or install aftermarket heads, and install a 3 degree keyway, then you will need a fuel controller.
    Fuel controllers only help in the midrange rpms, not the WOT circuit. You should install the keyway, controller and cylinder head as a package when you are ready.
    My sonic boom throttle bodies will help your ski and do not REQUIRE a controller either. A controller will BENEFIT them but only in the midrange.
    Check out myspace page for more info or feel free to call me to discuss them if you like,
    Ross

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    Prop should be your next investment.

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    Thanks a lot guys.

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    • and what Impeller would ya suggest?
    • specially what pitch, type and make?
    • if i took an impeller, need i any other changes (nozzle....)?
    i drive my ski only in the sea, i don`t want that my rpm`s decrease.

    thanks night

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    If you want midrange punch you would be better off with the stocker for now. I had great results with a dyna 14/20 on the top end but it doens't quite pull as hard down low. It does have better hook up now though or no prob spin from a stop; whichever my problem was.

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