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    RXPX WOT fuel

    what sort of time do you get out of a full tank WOT.


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    about an hour give or take.

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    Thanks for the reply we have a race coming up and its around 45min down a windy river but pretty much WOT the whole way i rode a ultra 250 last year and it went over the line on the buzzer so just wanted to see what the rxpx would do. I am revving mine at 8600rpm everythink else pretty stock so probably just get 45min out of it fingers crossed..

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    at 8600 it may be less. all i got is a R&D grate at 8070.

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    You might want to put an auxiliary tank up front with about 4 gallons in it just in case. These things are thirsty at wot. With your ecu upgrade, you'll be sucking gas like there's no tomorrow. Burn off the auxiliary tank first for hull balance.

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