KiwiRover wrote:Or maybe just a good tune up. The TCs are quite prone to this and everything needs to be spot-on to avoid it. Make sure the carbs are balanced properly and the mixtures are right (not too lean, they don't like it.) Check for vacuum leaks and play with the timing a bit. You also need to be using the highest octane fuel you can find. They were designed to run on 100 octane and aren't entirely happy on anything less. Mine used to run on and pink when all I could get was 95 octane. Simply switching to 98 when it became available fixed all the problems.
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