[DML] Re: startup video
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[DML] Re: startup video

Be nice....

There are plenty of Eurospec PRV's running around without CIS. In 1985
Volvo even recommended F series owners use the brass balance screws in
conjunction with CIS:

(I know that URL is probably too long to fit on a single line, but
that's what the Yahoo website comes up with -- it's in the Files
section under "Other PRV Literature" if you want to check it out).

PRV's that idle off the Balance screws usually have an aux air valve
to yield fast idle. When I was K-Jet I added a solenoid operated one
to kick up not only the cold idle but A/C load as well. Worked like a
charm. Still have it if anyone wants it (came off a BMW of some ilk).
I've also got a proper B-27 aux air valve that uses ambient engine

This all is of course a moot point for me now. I will never go back to
K-Jet, CIS, Lambda, etc. In fact, my little silver car gives me so
little to do now (other than the occasional speedometer cable
malfunction) that I had to buy an old school bus to keep myself busy.
Pics are uploaded to #5939's photo album.

Note the Motorcraft carb, Pertronix 40,000 volt coil, and 8.5mm MSD
plug wires. Shame on me....

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> Bill, sometimes........!

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