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Old 11-05-2005, 05:10 PM   #1
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I messed with my low end needle settings and seem to be having trouble with this in my Drake. While I'm idling my the car still rolls especially after throttle...on the bench the wheels spin as well. On throttle there is no punch...the engine goes from idle to a really high sound with no low or middle grunt. Can someone get me back to zero so I can get this dialed in again??? My idle position is about 1mm and when I adjust it too low it stalls and too high it revs even more. There seems to be no true idle position...

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you need to reset your needles to factory specs and go from there.

I'm not sure what they are for the cv-r, but I would think they are close to the cv, which is 2 turns out on the high speed, lo speed not sure, and move your idle position to .5 mm. Adjust the lo speed to get a steady idle and good lo and mid speed performance.
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sounds like the clutch is screwed up.
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What are visual indications that the clutch is messed up? The sring is tight and the shows look fine with the exception of some black residue that easily wipes off...
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