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    rrfpr question

    can someone help me out a little bit understanding this part?

    does the setting have anything to do with speed, for example will 70 psi on the guage make the ski go faster than 60 psi?

    Im just really confused on how it works and what it actually does for the ski. thanks


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    It regulates fuel pressure so your ski does not blow-up. It rises at a 1:1 ratio according the boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    It regulates fuel pressure so your ski does not blow-up. It rises at a 1:1 ratio according the boost.
    Mine doesn't

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    Malpassi?

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    Mine rises about 10 PSI for 13 PSI of boost but it works. Did not work until I replaced fuel pump. Basically it raises the fuel pressure 1 PSI for every 1 PSI of boost to keep your A/F ratio good
    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    It regulates fuel pressure so your ski does not blow-up. It rises at a 1:1 ratio according the boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richieb View Post
    Malpassi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    Mine rises about 10 PSI for 13 PSI of boost but it works. Did not work until I replaced fuel pump. Basically it raises the fuel pressure 1 PSI for every 1 PSI of boost to keep your A/F ratio good
    Why did the pump change make it work?

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