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About Dragondan25

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  1. Give IACV a thorough clean then. There is a diy on how to here in the forum. I did that on mine and had an improvement to idle stability but the plumb back was the big winner for me. I also have my idle set a bit higher than factory, around 900 rpm
  2. Does it have a vent to atmosphere blow off valve? Mine did when I got it and it caused with stalling. Installed a plumb back one and happy days.
  3. Pull your gauge cluster out and reflow(melt) the solder on all the circuit joints on the back of the tachometer. Worked perfectly for mine a few years ago and hasn't played up since.
  4. Hi Tarmac, do you still have the Whiteline bushes and the Bee*r front pipe?
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