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What to do next: TW Tunes or a FRx

Debating on what to do next have my chipped reburned from TW or do a FRx from Riffraff. Any opinions?

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Get the custom tunes done, will be much happier. Then do a complete Regulated return system. Its only a few more dollars for the complete system.

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Where is the best place to get a RR

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Strictly has the best....we sell them. I would get the complete kit with fuel bowl delete and the post filter.
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I have a used frx Ill sell you cheap, you would need one piece for it though because I messed up the threads on removal.


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Can someone explain to me the difference between a RR and FRx please

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Can someone explain to me the difference between a RR and FRx please

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A full RR uses an adjustable regulator and bigger lines to get more fuel flowing and returning to the tank. The FRx just lets the fuel have a route back to the tank using a regulator housing.

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So what's the major benefits of both of them. What does fuel going back to the tank allow to happen

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So what's the major benefits of both of them. What does fuel going back to the tank allow to happen
Fuel going back to the tank will allow air in the fuel rails an alternative route to escape instead of being forced through the injectors. This will increase injector life and quiet down the engine some.

The major benefit to both of them is that they will stop the #8 injector's starvation of fuel. Since #6 fires right before #8, with a stock fuel system the #8 injector does not get the fuel supply it needs because the fuel rail is a dead end design that ends at that injector. Letting fuel flow freely through the rails is what ends this issue.

The main benefit of the full regulated return is the bigger lines used. This lets more fuel flow.

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RR=for all out power/dragster, my $.02 I'd do the FRx kinda a RR and simple to install I did two on diffrent trucks only takes an hr or less...

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