RE: [DML] Re: Hot exhaust
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RE: [DML] Re: Hot exhaust

Nick, Fuel distributor may need to be enriched. As I have said before we do
it all the time for 930 Porsche.
John Hervey


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Subject: [DML] Re: Hot exhaust

Round 3:

I have swapped number 1&2 injectores with 5&6 and the problem has 
stayed with 1&2.

The engine was dead cold and within 2 minutes number 1&2 extractor 
was around 160degC while the rest was 90degC. So that eliminates 
any 'cooling' system blockage possibility as the whole engine was 

I also Trile checked the firing order which was correct. For a test 
i swapped number 1 & 2 spark plug leads which caused a miss hence it 
was correct before.

I have contacted the sofware engineer who has suggested he come back 
next week with 6 remote coils and attach them into the computer so 
we can remove the distributor as a possibility for incorrect rotor 
phasing etc.

Running out of options .............. I am now confident it is not a 
fuel delivery issue or a spark plug issue. 

Cheers, Nick

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