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FCD & S-AFC?! Quick Question!

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do i need a FCD if i install an apexi S-AFC II?!

I got a FCD, and going to get me S-AFCII because rTek still doesnt offer a S5 Stage2 Chip.. or do you have some other ideas to manage my Fuel?

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Originally Posted by charge
Hey,

do i need a FCD if i install an apexi S-AFC II?!

I got a FCD, and going to get me S-AFCII because rTek still doesnt offer a S5 Stage2 Chip.. or do you have some other ideas to manage my Fuel?

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you need FCD when to boost higher than what factory set, otherwise you will hit Fuel cut. But if your installing this into an N/A you dont need it. Also what kinda of setup are you running or plan to run on?
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hey, so even with a S-AFC i need a FCD? ok..

my setup will be a streetport, walbro fuelpump, racing beat full exhaust (w/ presilencer).. with all the stuff i want to do i will reach 12-12,5psi and over 280HP
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yea, u definately need some sort of FCD, and some kinda fuel managment.
SAFC II is bit of mickey mousish, get a Apexi FC commander IMHO.
Also you mite want to look into larger secondaries injectors 720cc +
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hmmm.. the fc commander is a bit overpriced for my wallet
i knew the safc II isnt the best way for fuel management... but it would work right? till rtek develops a lvl2 chip..

thank god i havent sold my FCD thanks!!

would the 520 injectors do 330hp?! do i need all 4 or only secondaries? and what size are the stock ones?
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hmmm.. the fc commander is a bit overpriced for my wallet
i knew the safc II isnt the best way for fuel management... but it would work right? till rtek develops a lvl2 chip..

thank god i havent sold my FCD thanks!!

would the 520 injectors do 330hp?! do i need all 4 or only secondaries? and what size are the stock ones?
you need larger secondaries, your primaries should be fine running on a stock turbo (assuming)
+SAFCII will work
Also stock TII size injectors are 550cc

2Primaries injectors
2Secondaries injectors
all 550cc
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ok thanks man! you really helped me out
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