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    c-kit on stock ECU fuel requirments?

    Anybody know what running a C-kit on stock ecu would require as far as fuel goes? I was tinking 42lbs injectors and RRFPR. Sound about right?


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    I'm not positive, but I think JD2 is running something like that and went 84 mph at MB. Don't try this at home and expect the same result, though.

    I'm running an AEM F/IC piggyback on the stock ECU and it's fully programmable. A C-kit would be no problem for it.
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    Thanks Mike, anybody else got any info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    Anybody know what running a C-kit on stock ecu would require as far as fuel goes? I was tinking 42lbs injectors and RRFPR. Sound about right?
    That should be fine but get a AFR meter and tune your Base PSI correctly

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    Jerry told me that i would need 42s plus the RRFPR to run the Rude. Im in cold conditions tho. I think that you will be ok with this on the C kit. But like said before get an AF gauge set up so that you can get the RRFPR setup right. R88

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    I dont want to be the bad boy
    But dont forget, the C KIT needs many maintanance

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbchecker View Post
    I dont want to be the bad boy
    But dont forget, the C KIT needs many maintanance
    Well im not actually going to get the C-kit. But im thinking this new Rude Charger will be very similar to a C-kit. I plan on buying the new Rude thats coming out in a bit and running it on stock ECU. Im thinking it will be similar to a C-kit, hopefully even better and way better priced!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    Im thinking it will be similar to a C-kit, hopefully even better and way better priced!!!
    I hope not .................good luck and have nice weekend!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    Well im not actually going to get the C-kit. But im thinking this new Rude Charger will be very similar to a C-kit. I plan on buying the new Rude thats coming out in a bit and running it on stock ECU. Im thinking it will be similar to a C-kit, hopefully even better and way better priced!!!
    It will be better.

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