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Old 12-11-2006, 04:54   #1 (permalink)
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Question K&N Pod on 3.3L XE. HELP!!!

Hi. I just finally set up my 9" K&N Pod filter onto my XE 3.3L Carby. Using a little creativity and the air intake set up off an old renault fuego GTx I have sitting around I managed to make the damn thing fit without any leaks.

Looks good, breathes and the pickup of the old girl has improved. Now for the problem. When I step on the accelerator she dies a bit then takes off. I've played a little with my air/fuel mixture but still not much improvement. What is my next course of action???
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Old 12-13-2006, 02:20   #2 (permalink)
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Re: K&N Pod on 3.3L XE. HELP!!!

sounds like your accelarator pump is either giving it too mutch fuel but because of the mod you just done i would say its not getting enough fuel because it would breath alot better its probly getting a gut full of air and bugger all fuel
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Re: K&N Pod on 3.3L XE. HELP!!!

cheack your ignition coil, leads and plugs
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