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Old 10-29-2011, 02:16 PM
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Has anyone messed with a Fidanza light weight flywheel before? I have some questions about it???
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Re: Aftermarket Flywheel

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Re: Aftermarket Flywheel

Actually forgot my question. But I think it was to do with which mark to time it at since the is no way to identify which mark is which. But I already retimed my car again Saturday, did it wrong and then redid it real quick Sunday and fixed it. Now I got a spudder problem I had a long time ago when I was below half a tank
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Actually forgot my question. But I think it was to do with which mark to time it at since the is no way to identify which mark is which. But I already retimed my car again Saturday, did it wrong and then redid it real quick Sunday and fixed it. Now I got a spudder problem I had a long time ago when I was below half a tank
Sounds like a fuel pickup problem. Whenever your engine sputters when you get below half a tank it's likely a problem with the fuel pump or the baffles inside the fuel tank. Either way you're gonna want to pull the pump to check it out. Do you know how to access the fuel pump?
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Re: Aftermarket Flywheel

just upgrade to a walboro fuel pump.
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