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    R3 ecu safe or not

    I'm now running a r3 on the Sho standard wheel no fuel pressure regulator. Is it safe to do so or wil afr be out


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    Not to sound like an asshole but are we supposed to know the mods and ski you are talking about ?

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    It's all standard . Standard wheel and no fuels pressure regulator. No mods on it now apart from r3 ecu ( apart from normal bolt on bits ride plate , intake grate exhaust)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixon0001 View Post
    It's all standard . Standard wheel and no fuels pressure regulator. No mods on it now apart from r3 ecu ( apart from normal bolt on bits ride plate , intake grate exhaust)
    From my personal expierence with the r3 flash, if you are running a c3 wheel or lower boost it was safe.
    Always run an AFR gauge.
    Different areas will have different effects on your AFR reading.

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    Your fine unless your revving it to 9500

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    Thanks

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    I wouldn't turn over 8500rpm with stock internals

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