posted July 31, 2002 03:59 AM
At the track I race at we race late in the evening and the track has gotten rough most of the time. I have noticed when I run across some of the larger rough areas my car begins to miss and cut out. Is this from fuel sloshing around in the bowl and if so what can be done to prevent it? Would rejetting correct this problem? It definately responds like a fuel problem that corrects itself when you get out of the rough sections. Thanks in advance.
2FAST4U Dirt Maniac
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posted July 31, 2002 12:17 PM
this is maybe a long shot but could u put a peice or foam in the bowl? they do that to fuel cells why not the bowl of the carb? just a idea i dunno if it would work or not?