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    I agree WRT end result. But, there is a minor...

    I agree WRT end result. But, there is a minor change in the ISM position, to make up for the (measured) air the brass screw smuggles into the engine. :deviltail:

    100% with you on the rest of the...
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    I wouldn't say the plate allows air in depending...

    I wouldn't say the plate allows air in depending on its position. The amount of air determines the position of the plate, which is pressed in the opposite direction by the WUR/CPR. As you say, the...
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    [Fuel] LOL- That would be SNL! (...and I'd bet I'm older...

    LOL- That would be SNL! (...and I'd bet I'm older than you.)
    I'll still reply about the leak. Sometimes flair fittings in general have been tightened too much and you have to crank down on them to...
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    +1 And I would say that goes for the entire...

    +1

    And I would say that goes for the entire system. But the electrical system is a different story!
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    Sorry for the slow reply, been fighting 2 Generac...

    Sorry for the slow reply, been fighting 2 Generac generators with problems along with the normal weekend BS...love learning/sharing, but I type too slow...

    Yeah, cool stuff! -- A few thoughts...
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    Yes. That's the way I've understood it for years....

    Yes. That's the way I've understood it for years. FWIW, I was asking because "taking the ISM out of the system" left me wondering if he was replacing it with a pipe or blocking it off or ???......
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    [Fuel] +1 ...make sure you leave the gas cap is off!

    +1 ...make sure you leave the gas cap is off!
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    [Fuel] No, but it has been sitting a while, the temp...

    No, but it has been sitting a while, the temp hasn't changed, etc., the tank probably doesn't have pressure. It don't appear to be under any pressure from the pic, to me. And it looks like you can...
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    [Fuel] Yes, that would be the return line. It joins the...

    Yes, that would be the return line. It joins the return line from the FD on the way back to the tank. There should be no fuel escaping from the accumulator into the return line, unless its diaphragm...
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    [General] I like that idea -- Do it. My contribution in...

    I like that idea -- Do it.

    My contribution in the dent department: Bush Hog v/s cinder block v/s left quarter. Posts 4 (pics 3&4) and 9.
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    No, ...misunderstanding(s). I think I'm with...

    No, ...misunderstanding(s).
    I think I'm with you now- When you "take the IAC motor out of the system..." you block off its passage, making it ~Basic K-Jet instead of K-Jet with lambda. Then open...
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    What about the unmeasured air this introduces...

    What about the unmeasured air this introduces into the system after the metering plate (RE: Warning at D:01:13)...off idle...?
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    If I'm reading correctly, I think it would be...

    If I'm reading correctly, I think it would be better to go around the bumper and right back through the louvers instead of going to the flatbed so that the rope (2 nylon straps) wouldn't slack or...
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    +1 :thumbup:

    +1 :thumbup:
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    There are two places to hook up shown in the...

    There are two places to hook up shown in the first post of THIS THREAD.
    The last post has a chart showing the values to set/check/trouble shoot with, using Dwell or % DutyCycle.
    (Don't use 6 cyl...
  16. Thread: Heat/AC question

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    [Heat & A/C] +1 ====== The coolant level shouldn't have...

    +1

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    The coolant level shouldn't have anything to do with the blower not working.
    The fluid level being OK doesn't have anything to do with whether it is safe to drive it or not!
    If you...
  17. Thread: Liner Seals

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    [Engine] OT moved here:...

    OT moved here: http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?17857-***SPLIT-from-Engine-Liner-Seals***
  18. Thread: Carb manifold

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    [General] Dammit!

    Dammit!
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    [Engine] $.01 If you get close to the same measurements...

    $.01

    If you get close to the same measurements with the digital mic as you did with the feelers, I.E., Barely within tolerances, you'll have the dealers Et. al. and the measurements saying to use...
  20. Thread: Oil Pump Spring?

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    [Engine] LOL - Since the drawing process wasn't around...

    LOL - Since the drawing process wasn't around back then, I wonder who got the dust when they sawed that tiny spiral...and who paid for doing it?

    Agreed.

    I agree with Dave, most of them are...
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    [Electrical] You should have a Red/Orange, Red/Black, and two...

    You should have a Red/Orange, Red/Black, and two solid Black wires. The Red/Orange made the bulb burn so it should be good. Connecting the bulb to it and either Black wire should make the bulb burn....
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    [Engine] :) ...been there, have several t-shirts.

    :) ...been there, have several t-shirts.
  23. Thread: Oil Pump Spring?

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    [Engine] When the PPR valve is at its working pressure, it...

    When the PPR valve is at its working pressure, it is in its normal state -- It remains active to maintain a given pressure.
    When the OP valve is at its working pressure, it is not in its normal...
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    [Engine] Something like this should do the trick:...

    Something like this should do the trick:...
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    [Engine] Missed an edit... I don't see how you could get...

    Missed an edit...
    I don't see how you could get the flush one up to .18mm when the largest shim is .165mm.
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