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Old 06-20-2003, 07:21 PM
Fisherman Fisherman is offline
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thanks Steve,
That is a test that I would never have guessed in a million years...

The fact that the car smokes at 3200 feet and not at sea level would be some indication though would it not that the IP Diaphragm is not perfoming correctly?
Since the air at sea level being drawn through the manifold is naturally of higher density than at 3200 feet asl thereby in effect applying more "vacuum" force to the IP diaphragm.

Or would you attirbute this smoking/non-smoking to other items i.e. IP timing?

Or am I soooo far over my head that i should stop screwing around and find another hobby besides old diesels to play with... Please don't answer that question...
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