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Old 09-13-2000, 01:24 AM
EricH
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I just installed a new set of 40DCOE's on my 190sl and I've been fiddling with the linkages and an airflow meter to make sure they open together and at the same rate.

My question is that I noticed while testing that gas seemed to puddle in the intake while idling for a longist time. Is that normal? The air filters were off and I could see that a few drops of gas actually spilt out onto the exhaust manifold. Yikes!

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