I’ll add to that. I have a bad habit of forgetting the SCT in the truck, so they still will get a them both.Personally I don't have any experience with it so can't really say good or bad. I've read a lot and have read that even the Livewire comes with a couple quirks and limitations, so if you've done your research and know what you can and can't do with it, go for it.
The combo tuner/monitors are nice and right now I can't say that the CTS3 hasn't caught my eye for my next build, but I really do like the security of a separate tuner and monitor. That way, if the monitor is ever stolen, it doesn't leave you up the creek needing to start all over with buying a stock file from Ford again and such. Extra cost of two modules yeah, but a bit more insurance if anything were to happen.
Ok thanks. With that being said, do you have a recommendation as to where you would regulate it? Or is there a benefit to one over the other? The way I’m looking at it the air dog/fasS will be about the same price as a RR. Also with my current plans I wasn’t going to do a RR yet but if it’s cheap enough maybe I would. But I can do it after the motor is done and back in. And if I do lift pump and they are regulated I don’t need the RR.No reason to do the blue spring if you're doing a RR. The spring regulates the pressure on the stock feed the RR regulates the pressure on the return side...no need for two regulators.
I have no personal experience with the Sinister RR, so can't speak to it but I don't put things on my rig that are Sinister blue for multiple reasons. Do some research and see if it's a good product. Either way, if you want the bigger inner dia. banjos the OEM Ford ones are going to be better than most any cheapy aluminum/pot metal ones so take that into account.
The FASS/ADs of today have regulators on the pumps as well, so if you revert back to my first statement, you can see why you've read that out there. At that point though, the question becomes where do you want the regulator and how does that affect the fuel pressure AT THE INJECTOR? Do you want it waaayyyyy at the front of the system? Or after the demand? Read read read and see how you best want to answer that question.