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    I'm going to fix my ceramics anyway,but

    I think jerry said in a past thread that I couldnt just throw in 2 x-chargers in my 08 speedster 430hp, but he said that I could put 2 greenwheels with the metal washers in and no intercooler and I would be ok because any other mods I would have to touch the fuel system. My question is can I just bolt in the x-chargers and nothing else and get away with out doing any fuel mods ,basically the same thing as he said for the greenwheels? Is the greenwheels that much weeker that they dont require as much fuel? Has anything else come out to get enough fuel without spending an arm and a leg to use the x-chargers? I would like to use those because there just boltin ,I have to change my washers anyway and if I have any problems I can boltin the stock chargers because I have a WARRANTY TILL 2012.tHANKS



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    Quote Originally Posted by atom1234 View Post
    Is the greenwheels that much weeker that they dont require as much fuel?
    Yes, they are that much weaker. You will definitely need the RRFPR to run the X chargers. Just adding 42 lb injectors will not be enough.

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    what if I went with some bigger injectors if they offer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Yes, they are that much weaker. You will definitely need the RRFPR to run the X chargers. Just adding 42 lb injectors will not be enough.
    as in LEANER, you won't like the end result after a few hours...
    Quote Originally Posted by atom1234 View Post
    what if I went with some bigger injectors if they offer?
    It will give you a few more hours, but the end result will be the same...
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    So what is the most economical fuel solution?

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    In the long run the RRFPR sounds like the most economical solution. You only have to buy them once, and it will work for ANY SC or even turbo you buy, and has the ability to fine tune it to most hull loading situations.

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    So does he need 2 RRFPRs?... Ron

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    Yes, one for each engine.

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    Gotta love the twin babies...Everything twice the price!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustySeaRustyDoo View Post
    Gotta love the twin babies...Everything twice the price!!
    You can say that again! Uggg..

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