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Old January 6th, 2012, 12:26 PM   #1
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Angry 22r wont stay running?

22r idles fine, but when I try to go down the road it acts like its running out of gas? It has a full tank. I changed the fuel filter on the frame rail, put some dry gas in the tank, it has a fairly new fuel pump. What else could it be?
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Old January 6th, 2012, 01:42 PM   #2
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Tank pickup?
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Old January 6th, 2012, 01:55 PM   #3
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Tank pickup?
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ignition timing? or isn't the 22r carby? accelerator pump? and jsut because a fuel pump is new doesn't mean it hasn't gone bad.
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ignition timing? or isn't the 22r carby? accelerator pump? and jsut because a fuel pump is new doesn't mean it hasn't gone bad.
Yes its carb'd, typically when the fuel pump goes bad they just stop working. Its a mechanical one
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If its a fuel delivery problem, try splicing in a low pressure fue pressure gauge in right before the carb. l

It could also be something in the carb itself, squirts enough from the idle circuits but not putting out enough when you get on it. Float setting wrong.

Check timing as well. Check vacuum lines.
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If its a fuel delivery problem, try splicing in a low pressure fue pressure gauge in right before the carb. l

It could also be something in the carb itself, squirts enough from the idle circuits but not putting out enough when you get on it. Float setting wrong.

Check timing as well. Check vacuum lines.
Tore the carb apart, had a little bit of dirt in the bowl, what do you mean by float setting wrong? Its not sticking or anything. Someone told me I had to big of tires on stock gears and that might be why its not running right? I have 35's on stock gears. I didnt think that would matter.
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no just cuz you have bigger tires isnt going to make it die. just be very very slow
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no just cuz you have bigger tires isnt going to make it die. just be very very slow
thats what i thought!
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put an electric fuel pump on it and now it runs like a champ
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what do your spark plugs look like are they black of are they a nice brown
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