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The engine is fresh. It has made 1.0 bar on occasion. I replaced the fuel distributor with an 037 from a 3.3. Does this unit deliver more fuel per deflection than the original 018 from the 3.0. In other words, are the fuel slits larger? Today, my Fluke meter hit 1.009 volts from the O2 sensor and still at only .7 bar. That's way rich. The mixtuer goes progressively richer as the air-flow demand increases.
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