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Anyone using the redline fuel controller on a turbo doo? Any run ability issues over varying conditions?

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I installed a Redline fuel controller on my 2012 Turbo Etec this year. I bought my fuel controller from Bryce at Turbo Performance. He did a great job of getting me set up with the tuning software and the how to's of the programming. I had to tweak the map from the original but once that was done it ran great. The fueling is so crisp and consistent no matter what temp, elevation or boost level you run.
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I installed a Redline fuel controller on my 2012 Turbo Etec this year. I bought my fuel controller from Bryce at Turbo Performance. He did a great job of getting me set up with the tuning software and the how to's of the programming. I had to tweak the map from the original but once that was done it ran great. The fueling is so crisp and consistent no matter what temp, elevation or boost level you run.
What did you have to change?
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Had a little hick-up with mine last year, would run perfect all day and then when comming off the mountain it would short out.. Needed a reset and perfect again.. I think Brice had some good info on this.. Took mine off and would like to reinstall again if fixed up, it ran that perfect on the Aerocharger
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What did you have to change?
I am running the larger 2871 turbo vs the 2860 that most kits have. I had to add more fuel than the original programing called for. Its no big deal to do with the Redline box. Highlight some cells.....multiply by what ever increase you want to go as a percentage and you are good to go.
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