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Don't climb mountain roads (Samford Valley to Mt Nebo) in an EFI car with no baffles in the tank and no swirlpot with only 1/4 of a tank left.

It got a bit puckering when the engine started to cough on the twisty bits miles from a servo.

On the bright side I put another 100 miles on the motor before work. Only 300 to go!!


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At least you survived and we get to laugh about it.


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Good story - this is why I have a full on swirl tank with dual pumps (lift pump to the swirl tank and high pressure to the rail). Glad your putting miles on the car.


I will someday think of something clever to say.

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boofhead wrote
Good story - this is why I have a full on swirl tank with dual pumps (lift pump to the swirl tank and high pressure to the rail). Glad your putting miles on the car.


Or fit something like G's (the most complicated I have ever seen ....... Poke )


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