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    RUDE RXT

    FINALLY got my rxt runnin' decent. A BIG THANKS to JERRY and many emails later its buzzing along nicely........thanks brotha. i took it out yesterday and it went 74.5 gps. i was hoping for a little more. i guess i ve got some tweaking to do. any suggestions?


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    RPMs?

    What RPMs? I am about to be running the same setup minus the aluminum intake and trying to decide on which prop. Is the 15/22 too much prop?

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    my rpm's were 8100-8120 after a couple of hours of riding

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    No boost gauge? You're flying blind without being able to monitor the boost.

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    OH!

    I just read your mods again. That speed seems good to me with stock ECU and injectors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VX1 View Post
    No boost gauge? You're flying blind without being able to monitor the boost.
    i ve got a boost gauge but somehow water got in it and its giving crazy readings. i just ordered another one and i should have it in this weekend.......

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    good speeds if you are running 8100-8120 in this heat you may want to have Jerry check the prop to get you to 8000-8060 then think about going open loop with jims ride plate

    but if you are close to 75 on a RXT with the stock ECU good job it is not a easy task

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    Quote Originally Posted by shhr View Post


    good speeds if you are running 8100-8120 in this heat you may want to have Jerry check the prop to get you to 8000-8060 then think about going open loop with jims ride plate

    but if you are close to 75 on a RXT with the stock ECU good job it is not a easy task
    +1

    I was thinking what you could do is run in less heat. Heat kills speed this time of year. Uufortunately we must wait a little while.
    Awesome speed in that couch!

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    thanks guys, i guess i was just hoping for a little more maybe an ecu, valve train upgrade and some ride plate action........

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwells173 View Post
    thanks guys, i guess i was just hoping for a little more maybe an ecu, valve train upgrade and some ride plate action........
    It never ends.

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