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  • Joey13091 wrote:I was going to mention this but I thought it was just my phone acting up. Lol


    Same
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  • travlinhawk wrote:white screen after post- but works.


    Same for me :?
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    Joey13091 wrote:I was going to mention this but I thought it was just my phone acting up. Lol


    Same


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  • Shock2k wrote:Not sure who your admin is, but your getting a 500 (internal server) error. It looks like a function that runs after the post (probably related to clicking the submit button) is erroring on a "no post mode specified". Probably a NULL value being passed into the function. My 2 cents.


    Close, but you're in the right area...

    Actually, the air:fuel ratio under medium throttle is too rich causing torque values to be negatively affected, and RPM increase rate to suffer. They need to go ahead and add about 4 degrees of base timing, re-jet the primaries two steps down, and increase plug gap by about .005. Might look at coil energy and charge voltage under high fuel pump draw to insure a minimum of 13.8 volts to the ignition system. I wouldn't change the final drive gear ratio until we are seeing signs of a lean mixture at the plugs. Torque converter stall might be a few hunded RPM low also.

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  • HoustonHawk82 wrote:
    Shock2k wrote:Not sure who your admin is, but your getting a 500 (internal server) error. It looks like a function that runs after the post (probably related to clicking the submit button) is erroring on a "no post mode specified". Probably a NULL value being passed into the function. My 2 cents.


    Close, but you're in the right area...

    Actually, the air:fuel ratio under medium throttle is too rich causing torque values to be negatively affected, and RPM increase rate to suffer. They need to go ahead and add about 4 degrees of base timing, re-jet the primaries two steps down, and increase plug gap by about .005. Might look at coil energy and charge voltage under high fuel pump draw to insure a minimum of 13.8 volts to the ignition system. I wouldn't change the final drive gear ratio until we are seeing signs of a lean mixture at the plugs. Torque converter stall might be a few hunded RPM low also.

    Oh, and turn off that damn bass amp during runs.


    The god-damnit on the framastan gasket was actually incorrectly defined.
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  • Anguish wrote:The god-damnit on the framastan gasket was actually incorrectly defined.


    Looks like you jimmied a thing and got it working again. Well done!
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  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:
    Anguish wrote:The god-damnit on the framastan gasket was actually incorrectly defined.


    Looks like you jimmied a thing and got it working again. Well done!


    Well, truth be told; he broke it on purpose just so he could look like the hero when fixing it. It's an illness.

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  • RockHawk wrote:
    Seahawk Sailor wrote:
    Anguish wrote:The god-damnit on the framastan gasket was actually incorrectly defined.


    Looks like you jimmied a thing and got it working again. Well done!


    Well, truth be told; he broke it on purpose just so he could look like the hero when fixing it. It's an illness.

    Either way, thanks as always Pendejo.


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