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    On test ride did not run correctly....idled and stuff fine but hit 6000 to 6100 and seemed to miss or something wouldn't go over ....so we are starting with...new plugs...replace bad not stock injector bolts...hopefully fixes the leak on mag injector and reseat....fuel pressure regulator fix and some cleaner in the fuel...oh also adjusted the throttle linkage because it wasn't pulling full

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    Was the regulator still attached?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radio-active View Post
    Was the regulator still attached?
    was until i pulled then it fell in tank

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    well test ride went alright i guess....it now hits the 6750 we want....so thats good however..it seems to be missing or something. My old msx didnt do this its like its skipping spark.

    going to try new champion plugs instead of ngk...and index them. Maybe also change plug wires....something is causing miss fire









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    Well plugs don't look good...super black...last photo is the plugs before I changed them 3 hours ago. Nice and brown...something is going on and I'm lost on it. I also removed safety stickers and restored the bumper plastic

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    Ohm check both temp sensors.

    Exhaust sensor on side of exhaust manifold and air intake sensor, under the flame arrestor base plate.

    Also check that both sensors are properly plugged in and the wire harness is not frayed or damaged, no broken pins, etc.

    There needs to be a rubber bumper/spacer beside the exhaust temp sensor. There was a service bulletin for adding the bumper (and an o-ring utilized as wire guide) to avoid fraying the temp sensor wires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savageman69 View Post



    Move the trailer winch post forward a few inches so the exhaust tip doesnt bind against the Triton tie down ratchet strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Ohm check both temp sensors.

    Exhaust sensor on side of exhaust manifold and air intake sensor, under the flame arrestor base plate.

    Also check that both sensors are properly plugged in the wire harness is not frayed or damaged, no broken pins, etc.

    There needs to be a rubber bumper/spacer beside the exhaust temp sensor. There was a service bulletin for adding the bumper (and an o-ring utilized as wire guide) to avoid fraying the temp sensor wires.
    okay I will do that.....any chance you'd make a diagnostic cable for money? I don't really feel like attempting it but I think having one would be very good idea seeing I plan to keep this

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    Move the trailer winch post forward a few inches so the exhaust tip doesn’t bind against the Triton tie down ratchet strap.
    Okay will do

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    Nice job, looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Nice job, looks good
    Thank you...still lots to go

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