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Old 01-04-2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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if my car was at idle an i just gunned the trottle should it take of an kill? right now i have to take of slow then once i get going i can gun it.
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sounds like a little more tuning is needed. but then if you let your car idle in place for a while it will load up a bit causing you to takit it easy till the motor clears all that built up fuel ...
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Your bottom is too fat. Lean it out a couple of clicks until you can nail it and run...no matter how long you idle.
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