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Old 07-13-1999, 09:33 AM
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I recently had my 250SL re-tuned because it was emitting a lot of black exhaust. But I think, the re-tuning is still slightly off. could someone tell me what a suitable range of revs should be?

Currently, the tachometer shows 1300 when the engine is cold and approximately 750-800 once warmed up. However, this takes about 5 minutes which I think is odd considering I live in the tropics - constant temperature of 28-34C.
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Old 07-13-1999, 09:38 PM
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This is about right.

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Old 07-15-1999, 06:45 AM
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You might want to get you car checked out by a proper certified mechanic as I have a simillar car as yours but it does not seem to have the same problem. Perhaps the enjine oil yu're using may not suit the car.
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