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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-26-2018, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys recently bought a 2014 xmx and I tossed a Rossier full system exhaust on it. So I understand I do not have the unlock-able stock pink wire map in the ecu, so I am curious what i can do to go about adding more fuel. I wanted to stay away from the blinky boxes, I did look into the R111 race ecu but then I read I need a bigger TB, Injector, exhaust cam swap, BCS intake. My plan is to just leave the Rossier exhaust on it and take off the air box lid. I have read about guys adding just the Green Injector and that alone will compensate for a pipe and no box lid. Im just curious how many have tried this and if it works or will i need some way of programming the fuel trim to compensate. Yes i did do a search but it seemed like every one dead ended before actually saying if the Green Injector was enough without additional tuning.. Thanks for now!
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Honestly, dyno it. See what your air-fuel mixture is. Build your own success story.
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Since R111 Ecu is not your option because will need to many mods, my suggestion is Rossier Full Exhaust, open airbox without lid and just a fuel programmer, Power Commander 5 is under 300$. Vortex is more expensive. Also FMF and others make a fuel mapings (and Motoworks did in the past).

Honestly I don't know if green injector will be ok with your stock engine only with full pipe, maybe you'll need at least high compression piston and someting else or you're adding too much fuel.

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