Max Heim wrote:
> on 7/3/05 4:22 PM, MG4EVR@aol.com at MG4EVR@aol.com wrote:
>>I have a 73 Midget, no pollution stuff, a very mild cam , electronic
>>ignition, and a weber carb. Ever since moving to CO from MN I cannot make
>>run. I have tried almost everything. It idles smooth at 1000 rpm but as soon
>>as I put a load on it over 1500 RPM the tach starts jumping all over and the
>>engine misses and struggles to gain power. Any ideas?
> Ignoring the other symptoms, it occurs to me that your change in altitude
> may require the Weber to be rejetted. I admit this would not explain a jumpy
> tach. I once found a loose connection at the distributor was the cause of a
> similar problem -- can't hurt to check.
Yeah, 5000+ feet (assuming you weren't out on the prairie East of
Denver, etc.) down to 1100 feet of the Twin Cities, I bet you need
rejetting. Oh, wait, you don't say Twin Cities, just Minnesota. Still
we don't get much altitude in this State.
______ Paul T. Root
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