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    Using rrfpr with a fuel controller

    I am trying to piggyback my rude fuel controller with a rrfpr...
    I need input from some of the people doing this...


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    Quote Originally Posted by palmbeach jesse View Post
    I am trying to piggyback my rude fuel controller with a rrfpr...
    I need input from some of the people doing this...

    i already did it Holmes on my 2007 RXP and am just waiting for my new fuel pressure regulator to add it to the X ski as i already run the Rude controller to map in the 8800 Rotax ECU.....there is no problem running them together other than a bit of diaing it in as they both work together just fine!

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    does the fuel controller need to be "remapped"????

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmbeach jesse View Post
    does the fuel controller need to be "remapped"????

    No, you will make any necessary adjustments to the base pressure of the RRFPR

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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    i already did it Holmes on my 2007 RXP and am just waiting for my new fuel pressure regulator to add it to the X ski as i already run the Rude controller to map in the 8800 Rotax ECU.....there is no problem running them together other than a bit of diaing it in as they both work together just fine!
    what was the base presure? what should i set it at for the 2rude???

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    good luck PBJ,

    sorry to change subject a little but how about running the Rude RRFPR with the R and D fuel controler to fine tune AFR in all rpms range. I realize that i would want to let the RRFPR do most of the fueling at WOT but i thought the R and D would make my low and midrange more pefect.

    What do you guys think about running the RRFPR and R and D tuner together.
    This is on stock ecu boat. thanks

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    it would be a great idea.... I have a rude fuel controller, Brian from mach1pwc is the only one I know that can tune it... he isnt available, so im considering taking it out all together.. The rude fuel controller is the last mod I buy that only one person can tune.. from now on, user friendly products only!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    No, you will make any necessary adjustments to the base pressure of the RRFPR
    how could i tune th idle/low-end , midrange and top-end on the base pressure?

    Another dumb Q: Will we tune it while riding the boat or while it is stop?

    MORE INFO PLZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakRXP1200 View Post
    how could i tune th idle/low-end , midrange and top-end on the base pressure?

    Another dumb Q: Will we tune it while riding the boat or while it is stop?

    MORE INFO PLZ
    I will take a shot at your questions.

    The rrfpr only adjust for increase of fuel during boost. So adjustment made is for WOT or above 6,000 rpm (boost).

    I know the R and D fuel controller has adjustments for idle, mid range and WOT. I dont have any experience with this tuner but do own one so would like to see if it will work with RRFPR.

    AS far as tuneing and testing. You will need a AFR guage and take readings while testing. Your tunning will be done with ski off or however the tuning deivice reccomends.

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    I understand that situation Jesse, I sent Brian a e-mail for info on the electronic controller. I still have not heard back from him. That really makes it hard to use the product that has no customer support. It is not a bad product, we just need to be able to program/change program without having to remove it and send it back and forth to him for adjustments.






    Quote Originally Posted by palmbeach jesse View Post
    it would be a great idea.... I have a rude fuel controller, Brian from mach1pwc is the only one I know that can tune it... he isnt available, so im considering taking it out all together.. The rude fuel controller is the last mod I buy that only one person can tune.. from now on, user friendly products only!!!!!

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