Author: Jake |
February 29, 2012 |
Ok so I am sure I will regret saying this, isn't that from running rich, not lean?
no, it isn't
go, google it
should be rich not lean, lean is fuel cut and youd be sputtering and not moving
No, and yes…Downshift =closed throttle/high RPM creating a very lean situation, injectors react and dump fuel, creating the rich situation and depending on the cam you're running (intake/exhasut overlap), you will get unburnt fuel out the tailpipe. When this happens and the pipes are good and hot, flames!
When we spit fire it is called "fat" on the track.
lean…….and no cats
i must say rich flames out exhaust to much fuel not enough air think of the lowrider flame throwers
Most race cars dump fuel off throttle to cool the engine. this also causes flames on shifts and on overrun
run it of 120 octane happens everytime
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