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    engine tech 3mm supercharger

    Whats the minimum i would have to do on my rxpx to run the s/c wheel??

    also does the front housing have to be machined??


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    Quote Originally Posted by brendus View Post
    Whats the minimum i would have to do on my rxpx to run the s/c wheel??

    also does the front housing have to be machined??
    You have to feed it. That means more air(a 4" or a rear intake) and more fuel in a fuel controller, rotax or riva ecu or a RRFPR.(electronics will need appropriate injectors)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendus View Post
    Whats the minimum i would have to do on my rxpx to run the s/c wheel??

    also does the front housing have to be machined??
    From what I understand its a drop in wheel for the X with a spacer to add more volume insteand of machining the housing. Injectors have to be changed and aftermarket ECU would help it realize its full potential.

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    sorry to hijack but what is there out there that would drop in an X sc without having to change ecu,s that would yield more boost then stock sc.
    I know use the search

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    sorry to hijack but what is there out there that would drop in an X sc without having to change ecu,s that would yield more boost then stock sc.
    I know use the search
    More boost equals more power and RPMs so your going to hit the stock limiter. You can always pitch the prop to keep it at or below 8100.

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    which injectors??? and would i need a fuel pressure regulator??

    how about pump, prop, venturi??

    i see that powertek was using a 15/20.

    i have also see better numbers with a 15/20 and 84 mm nozzle

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    The Engine Tech 3mm will drop in with some 45# injectors give you 12 psi @8100 and run reasonably well, but if you want more you will need bigger injectors and a fuel controller or a aftermarket ECU.

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    okay but my understanding is that the x injectors run at 55 lb/hr.

    so wont that be more that the 42's???

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    the x injectors actually run at 50lbs per hour and this wheel will drop in your oe housing fine and you will have plenty of fuel delivery in stock form

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    The X injectors are not 50's they are bosch volvo 42's but they flow close to 43# @ 2bar, 50's will be way rich without a fuel controller.

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