RE: [DML] exhaust and idle
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RE: [DML] exhaust and idle

Tom, Yes I do recommend an analyzer be done for the final fix. But, After
adjusting about 50 cars I find that I'm almost on the money. But, Yes the
analyzer be done. Believe it or not, some people can't get to a shop with
the equipment and this way will get them on the road.   
John Hervey


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Tom Niemczewski
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2006 10:05 AM
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Subject: Re: [DML] exhaust and idle


John, do you really adjust the mixture by feel alone?? If the answer is 
'yes' then I say that no wonder so many DeLoreans start and run poorly and 
have no power. You cannot do that by feel! You are right saying that a 
little bit goes a long way.. and if you would do it like it should be done 
by using a gas analyzer you'd know that 1/8 of an inch might take you from 
one limit to the other limit of the lambda circuit... 

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