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    rrfpr

    i was wondering if i could run a stage 3 rxp with an et 68-140 and an upgraded fuel pump [cant remember which one it is but its a walbro] for a short amount of time,and dont worry i will be getting a rrfpr soon,just want to brake the new charger in


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    Can you monitor your AFR? I don't think its a good idea. If you are going from a S3 charger to a ET68-140.

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    Stock regulator??
    Stock IC?
    What injectors?
    Stock ECU??

    We need more info...


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    I'm assuming stage 3 is riva stage 3?

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    yes riva stage 3

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    Sorry my bad you have a stage 3 riva kit and want to add the ET SC..

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    yes i am wondering if the stage 3 can handle the 68-140 with a fuel pump

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    What do you think the upgraded fuel pump will do for you? You will still have 58psi at the injectors with either fuel pump. You will be lean. By how much is the question.

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    oh so some of the problems that can result from this

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenn View Post
    oh so some of the problems that can result from this


    By the way, your avatar is halarious, I had to watch it several times.

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