CHRIS, I CANT HEAR YOU OVER THE INTAKE HISS........Sounds like classis
lean stumble.With the motor OFF,
(with your problem you'll loose your eyebrows with the engine running.)
take a look down the throat of each intake (Air filter removed )As you
open the throttle you should see a stong squirt of gasoline from the
accelerator jet(s) Cracking the throttle open quickly, they should
squirt for about one to one and a half seconds.If that's OK, you are
jetted too lean or the emulsion tube is wrong or there's blockage
Progression port restrictions and idle jet(s) blockage is fairly common
if air filters not fitted. With out
doing anything else, screw out the IDLE screws a turn or so each, engine
running this time, you should get a noticable change in warm idle
quality as the mix gets richer, if the idle speed picks up try to keep
it below 1000 rpm (The 10 on your tachometer.)by backing out the
throttle stop screws.
PRINT this and go check.Let us know what you find..........DK ...Later.
Chris Kincer wrote:
> After driving my TR6 steadily for the past two days, I have noticed a
> pronounced hesitation when I step on the gas at idle speed. Especially
> when I have been traveling down the road and come to a complete stop and
> start again. If I let off of it and ease into it, it's fine. Runs
> great through all gears. I have noticed that if I keep the pedal down
> when it hesitates the carbs will make a spitting sound and I let off the
> gas and it's ok. It only happens when the RPM's get down to below 10 or
> idle speed. Could this be a jet in my carb setup? Maybe an Idle jet or
> something? I'm not sure. I don't know that much about Carbs and the PO
> had installed downdraft Webbers, They are the 32mm/36mm DVG type.
> Anyone out there running this setup or know a cure for this problem?
> Chris Kincer
> 73 TR6