West Virginia Chapter Director /
MA Drag Race Team Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Hedgesville, WV
One things for sure, you're fuel curve sucks. There's no way a fuel curve should look like that. Especially on the juice!!! That car should be in the 11.6-11.8 range all the way across the board once its hit. Not all over the place like it was.
Something is wrong there that needs to be corrected. At one point you are way down in the 10 range and thats way too fat (Rich).
Make sure you have the right jets, good fuel pump, and all the connections are working properly. The way that curve looks there may be more issues and it could be trying to cut out as well.
Go over everything again.
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