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Old 01-10-2014, 10:29 AM
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Finally picked up a turbo, Stage 3 Cutler. Only rode it once and noticed a few things......
1. HCR Ski Stance is not for this guy.
2. Attitude box takes a lil bit of learning to tune.

So I installed ZBROS 38.5 A Arm kit and set my ski's are at the narrowest setting.
Had the machine just completely shut off on me a few times, thankfully not during a climb. Anyone else ever have this issue? It always happened at part throttle, I'm thinking it was just way too rich. Thoughts?

Anyways now I have 2 killer rides to choose from, 2010 SnoPro 900 Bikeman with a 3 inch 162 or a narrowed up 2010 HCR Race gas turbo 153.
Really like the power of the turbo!
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:52 AM
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I have a cpc rg3 m1k and my buddy has 09 cpc rg3 m8
the attitude box for cpc is not that hard
green: adds fuel in the pilot section
yellow: mid section
Red: main jet
G/B: adds fuel under boost
R/B: this is the one most have a hard time with. this is the rpm the red fuel has boost fuel added via the secondary injectors. so if you have it at 5.5 the boost fuel will dump in at 5500 rpm
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Old 01-10-2014, 11:18 AM
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The area I'm most want to clean up is the low to mid range, it just seems lazy and not that crisp. I'm hoping I can tune that out a bit.
Has anyone tried the boost actuator from cutler?
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Old 01-10-2014, 05:05 PM
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take a half point out of the green a bit at a time will help clean it up and a half out of the yellow to if needed
What do you me the boost actuator from CPC, didn't it come with it?
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Old 01-11-2014, 09:33 AM
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This is what I was referring too. Anyone try one?
I'm going out today for some tuning, going to try the green settings, thx

https://www.cpcracing.com/altitude-c...st-controller/
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that's interesting, the tab is under Polaris...
for us i just leave it set at riding alt and just dont pound it hard on the trail. or turn it down 1/4 turn down low and up 1/4 up top 2 seconds and easy to do.
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So I took it out at the farm 2600ft, and it would not run at the top end at all, AFR all over the place. I could get it cleaned up on the bottom, just no mid or top end, totally lazy. thoughts? ideas?
I'm going to return all of the settings back to cpc specs, they are just to far off to try and fix I feel.
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the reeds are always a concern, so when they dont idle or have mid check them. the other is the boost ref line to the box check it over as it likes to come loose at the box.
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Yeah, have a set of reeds ready to go in. Really such a pain to check them!
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So, I still can't get this thing to run right yet. super lean on the top end when the boost comes on. Found the Attitude boost sensing line cracked, replaced that….still the same. Changed the reeds, they were not that bad of shape. Still the same…..going after the wiring for the secondary injectors, if it's not that then it's either going to be the fuel regulator or the attitude box…..so glad I haven't paid for this thing yet!
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