Re: manifold gasket

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Make sure you stop that excess air Miguel,`cause it can burn your piston or cylinder if it's aluminum.Just do the teflon thing and tighten it,and then drip some carb cleaner (I like to drip it on the connection so it doesn't get sucked in the airbox)on the connection and see if you have a noticeable change in rpm.If you do,you still have an air leak,so back to the teflon tape you go.Still,get the right gasket soon.

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  cold air better??Topic by: paul paul 11/07/01 08:52PM
  Re: cold air better??Re: Wayne Wayne 11/07/01 09:16PM
  Re: cold air better??Re: paul paul 11/07/01 10:20PM
  Two reasonsRe: Fred Fred 11/07/01 09:35PM
  Re: Two reasonsRe: Doug D. Doug D. 11/07/01 10:47PM
  I wishRe: KoLD KoLD 11/07/01 11:18PM
  Then its screwed up... nmRe: Fred Fred 11/07/01 11:33PM
  Re: Then its screwed up... nmRe: miguel miguel 11/08/01 12:29AM
  Re: Then its screwed up... nmRe: Motoman Motoman 11/08/01 04:52PM
  Well,Motoman........Re: don-ohio don-ohio 11/08/01 10:21PM
  Re: I wishRe: Jamie Jamie 11/09/01 01:04AM
  manifold gasketRe: miguel miguel 11/09/01 01:54AM
  Re: manifold gasketRe: don-ohio don-ohio 11/09/01 02:09AM
  Re: manifold gasketRe: miguel miguel 11/09/01 02:14AM
  Re: manifold gasketRe: don-ohio don-ohio 11/09/01 02:29AM
  Re: manifold gasketRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 11/09/01 11:16AM
  Re: manifold gasketRe: miguel miguel 11/09/01 12:04PM

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