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1 kangaroo juice on 9/12/2010, 8:44 pm

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Blew a massive hole in my exhaust so I have replaced the empi single quiet pack back to the stock exhaust i.e. 4 into 1 header now gone. I thoiught the stock exhaust would be better for me because I kept smashing the empi on speed bumps etc becuase the van is so low. Now that the stock exhaust is on when the engine gets warm I assume after the auto-choke cuts out my van starts jerking and backfires. My old exhaust had air leaks from holes etc but the new ones fitted proper, I am right in thinking because the new exhaust is much smaller and that the leaks have gone away I just need to change the mixture? Is it something to do with the back pressure on my new exhaust effecting the timing? spent 3 hours under the van yesterday freezing my nuts off, thought I had done a good job and now I have another fucking problem to deal with. Help pale

2 Re: kangaroo juice on 10/12/2010, 4:07 pm

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Changeing your exhaust wont alter your timeing. seems you may have another fault somewhere. smile

3 Re: kangaroo juice on 14/12/2010, 12:49 pm

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Sorted in the end, the change in exhaust must have coincided with plugs/points on the way out. Did a basic tune up new plugs,points,condensor, timing, idle mixture setting and now sounding sweet and starting first time. Now lets wait for the next thing to go wrong

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