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 Posted: 12-05-2006 11:18 pm
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Dan (Florida)


Joined: 03-16-2005
Location: Ormond Beach, Florida USA
Posts: 97
I guess that is one of the percs car testers get when testing new cars that they don't own , getting  to do stuff you wouldn't do to your own car (particularly if its 30 years old). My only concern is determining if everything is working correctly and the state of tune is reasonably close to  what it is supposed to be. Having nothing to compare it to,  0 to 60 times seem to  be the best indicator.   Mine seems to come off the line well, but takes a lot of time to get from 50 to 60.  Everything else seems ok, but that's my guess.  A good glop of synthetic oil and further work on the mixture/plug readings seem in order.  If you hear a big bang from down this way you will know what happened.