corazon wrote:Changing the throttle linkage bushes completely sorted mine, cheap starting point if you haven't replaced yours
rockdemon wrote:BBG is a bit weak, but dont think that'd cause what you're describing. My first thing to check would be the electrics i think?
Is this the first time you've tried the electronic ignition?
Pilkie wrote:Richen the mix a bit and try that!
What oil is in the dashpots?,as 20/50 wil be too thick,it needs to be thin or will restrict slow down dashpot movement,drain them out and try it!
Looking down the carbs,do both throttle butterflies open fully at full foot down on throttle pedal?
May need operating rods adjusting or one may be bent!
Carpet too thick under acc pedal can restrict that!
With eng ticking over turn/adjust dizzy everso slightly left or right to get the fastest tickover point!
Lovel wrote: when I back off on the throttle she speeds up, but maybe my imagination. tbh.
rockdemon wrote:that is coil or condenser symptoms... there are some dodgy ones about!
Whats the other low tension wiring like?
Tor wrote:I was thinking coil too. So you've fitted a different one now?
Fuel starvation? Surely not if the symptom appears straight away? It'd take a couple of secs of deep pedal before you drain the float chambers and lose power, and then it'd be one carb first making the engine run like an asthmatic four.
But an automotive electronics product that can fail over 13.5V when cars tend to charge at 13.8V and such - added to fluctuations? I dunno about that.
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